Frost & Sullivan Lauds Friendly Technologies’ Customer-Focused Unified Device and Smart Home Management Solutions
Frost & Sullivan – February 23, 2016
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — February 23, 2016 — Based on its recent analysis of the unified device and smart home management market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Friendly Technologies with the 2015 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Leadership. Friendly Technologies’ major role in Internet of Things (IoT)/machine-to-machine (M2M)/smart home device management, unified smart home management, and advanced quality of experience (QoE) monitoring has brought it under the spotlight.
“IoT race is a marathon, not a sprint – the industry needs to urgently increase collaboration” warns oneM2M
realwire – February 18, 2016
As Mobile World Congress approaches, oneM2M’s Dr. Omar Elloumi urges vendors to look at bigger picture to avoid industry fragmentation
Connect World – February 3, 2016
Clearly, SDOs/SSOs play a fundamental role in defining our complex system of reliable, interoperable mobile voice / data networks and services across the planet. As these wireless networks are evolving toward an all IP infrastructure, application developers have emerged as a new community of consumers for these standards. In the highly competitive world of application developers, where Open Source Software (OSS) is relied upon to produce the more than 1.3 million apps available on iOS alone , the procedures and output associated with a traditional standard can be seen as archaic and slow to market.
Linino.org – January 25, 2016
Thank you to the Open Mobile Alliance for bringing me down to San Diego for an intense Friday workshop! What a great chance to meet top-notch, intelligent and advanced developers. Our chief goal was to introduce Lightweight Machine to Machine protocols; LWM2M. We set out to compile and install the Wakaama client on the Arduino Yun. Wakaama will expose all the Yun GPIO and analog inputs through lininoIO bridge. If we can get through to that, then we can learn how to connect it to a leshan LWM2M server and use the web user interface for interacting with the device.
Beacon Examiner – January 4, 2016
Today, Acer is announcing the Liquid Jade Primo smartphone. The Acer Liquid Jade Primo will start selling at $617 which approximately equals to Rs 41,140 and will initially be available in Europe, Middle East and Africa and will be subsequently rolled out for other regions. This will allow you to utilize any Type-C compatible monitor to watch videos, do presentations, and thanks to Continuum, you can have a PC-like experience with universal Windows 10 apps.