One standard to sync them all: AllSeen Alliance forms to accelerate Internet of Things adoption
Eighteen months ago, Qualcomm SVP Rob Chandhok succinctly explained why the internet of things was failing. Instead of working together, manufacturers designed their smart televisions and appliances to only communicate with their own proprietary applications. Instead of building an ecosystem of devices that could talk to one another, they only built for themselves. Is a smart light bulb really "smart" if you need a special switch, too?
Now, Qualcomm believes it can tackle that problem — with a little help. Today, the Linux Foundation has announced the formation of the AllSeen Alliance, a new consortium dedicated to building and maintaining an open-source framework that lets devices of all shapes and sizes seamlessly communicate with each other.
Msg#: 4629248 posted 2:51 pm on Dec 12, 2013 (gmt 0)
SAMSUNG..now your samsung phone can talk to your samsung TV, and your samsung fridge...dryer...washer.. ummmm did they really think they would be the apple of the appliance industry? Or did someone really think cause of their phone they'd go out and buy a bunch of other house hold samsung stuff?