The Internet of Things (IoT) needs standards, this much we know to be true. As a proliferating variety of devices are now developed and adopted, the data types, application types and network behaviour characteristics will not necessarily all connect, obviously. The Open Interconnect...
The Linux Foundation has said that it will host developer collaboration space and services for IoTivity, an open source project sponsored by the Open Interconnect Consortium.
TIBCO StreamBase now supports a wide range of open source connectors enabling customers to connect, understand and act upon the data processed from the Internet of Things.
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Apologies for the deliberately tabloid headline, but here's the point: a group of industry vendors has formed the Open Interconnect Consortium with the aim of advancing interoperability for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Connecting ourselves to the Internet of Things (IoT) is a process still in motion -- this we know to be true. As everything from traffic lights to fridges to cars to industrial turbines are empowered with electronic sensors and communication abilities, the "things" that make up the IoT...