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Samsung Underlines its Commitment to the IoT with Launch of New Platform

The world's largest smartphone and computer chip manufacturer, Samsung, has taken a significant step into the Internet of Things (IoT) world with the launch of an IoT platform which uses artificial intelligence (AI) and sensors to manage buildings. This October, at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC 2017), the Korean firm announced SmartThings Cloud, which will unite all of their IoT clouds into a single platform. “At Samsung, we’re constantly innovating in order to deliver smarter, connected experiences for our consumers. Now we’re taking a big step forward with our open IoT platform, intelligent ecosystem and augmented reality (AR) capabilities,” said DJ Koh, President of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics. “Through an extensive open collaboration with our business partners and developers, we are unlocking a gateway to an expanded ecosystem of interconnected and intelligent services that will simplify and enrich everyday life for our consumers.” By combining its existing IoT services; SmartThings, Samsung Connect, and ARTIK, […]

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