23 Companies Pledge to Use AllSeen Alliance Standards for the Internet of Things

23 Companies Pledge to Use AllSeen Alliance Standards for the Internet of Things

There have been some major developments in the push towards standards for the Internet of Things. Qualcomm has transferred ownership of its AllJoyn protocol to the Linux Foundation, and twenty-three companies has set up a new organization, the AllSeen Alliance, that plans to support those protocols as a standard. Products that support the AllSeen or AllJoyn standard (there’s no final word on the name) will be able to communicate with each other—an important first step toward creating the Internet of Things.

However, there are few big names in the AllSeen Alliance. The companies signed up so far include LG, Sharp, Panasonic, Sears, Cisco, HTC and many less-well-known brands.

View article

Share the Post:
data observability

Data Observability Explained

Data is the lifeblood of any successful business, as it is the driving force behind critical decision-making, insight generation, and strategic development. However, due to its intricate nature, ensuring the

Heading photo, Metadata.

What is Metadata?

What is metadata? Well, It’s an odd concept to wrap your head around. Metadata is essentially the secondary layer of data that tracks details about the “regular” data. The regular

XDR solutions

The Benefits of Using XDR Solutions

Cybercriminals constantly adapt their strategies, developing newer, more powerful, and intelligent ways to attack your network. Since security professionals must innovate as well, more conventional endpoint detection solutions have evolved