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Inter-device Standardization Vital for Future-proofing the IoT, says UPnP Forum
January 07, 2015
As the IoT (Internet of Things) proliferates, inter-device standardization and harmonization of the growing number of vertical segments is paramount in order to deliver total interconnectivity and limitless functionality between devices, warns global networking standards group, UPnP Forum. This message comes out of this week’s CES, which is placing a major focus on the IoT and connectivity for new devices.MORE
May 08, 2015
Universal Plug and Play is the original Internet of Things, in a way. Devices sharing media and information is the basis of IoT, so it is no wonder that UPnP hopes to shape IoT in the near future.
April 15, 2015
The rapidly increasing number of devices – in the home and workplace – and the growing delivery of low power interconnectivity are undoubtedly factors driving the IoT revolution. Coupled with the need for multi-vendor interoperability, and ease of use and self-install, IoT provides a tremendous opportunity for innovation and growth by bringing together people, processes, data and devices.
March 10, 2015
To address the vertical challenge, manufacturers need to agree on a limited number of open standards. With billions of devices already deployed and open source implementations on virtually every operating system and in every programming language, UPnP technology is already one of these key standards.
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