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AllJoyn DSB brings the Internet of Things in Buildings a Step Closer

As the hype around the Internet of things continues to build, the major players in the consumer electronics markets are working hard to build out software that allows devices to connect to the Internet and each other, and then communicate what they can and cannot do. Apple has HomeKit, a group of chip firms led by Intel is launching the IoTivity standard, Google last month announced Weave and Brillo, and Qualcomm with Microsoft are pushing AllJoyn. The company, or companies, whose software becomes an industry standard can generate a huge advantage by controlling how an entire ecosystem of products develop. With AllJoyn, Qualcomm was the first to propose a standard for the Internet of Things that would sit on top of existing wireless technologies. The idea was that the developers could build a device and insert a few lines of code and their products would be able to communicate with other products sharing the AllJoyn […]

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