The goal of the Alliance is to advance the Internet of Everything’s promise to seamlessly connect a range of objects and devices in homes and businesses by building out an open source software framework, called AllJoyn™. Through code that is available today and updated through contributions by members and the open source community, AllJoyn acts as a universal translator for objects and devices to interact regardless of brand and other infrastructure considerations.
The goal of Tellient is to make Things better by providing Analytics for the Internet of Things. By contributing open source code to AllJoyn, Tellient's Analytics for Internet of Things (IoTA) technology will be interoperable with any object or device maker using the AllJoyn framework.
"THE INCOMING DELUGE OF DATA CAN ABSOLUTELY REVOLUTIONIZE THE WAY THAT MANUFACTURERS THINK ABOUT THEIR PRODUCTS AND PROVIDE UNPRECEDENTED INSIGHT INTO THEIR END CUSTOMERS, BUT ONLY IF IT IS COLLECTED, ORGANIZED AND DEMYSTIFIED.” SHAWN CONAHAN, CEO TELLIENT.
AllSeen Alliance Grows To 71 Members, Nearly Triples Member Base in Nine Months
Since inception, AllSeen has attracted top tier manufacturers from around the world, including Sony, Electrolux, Haier, LG,Microsoft, Panasonic, Qualcomm Connected Experiences, Inc., Sharp, Silicon Image, Technicolor and TP-Link.
Today's new member announcement includes:
AllSeen Alliance represents the largest group of companies ever assembled to advance universal connectivity among a disparate range of objects and devices in homes and businesses.
We're excited to be a part of AllSeen and to have the opportunity to work with such incredible pioneers in the Internet of Things. By collaborating with members of the community, and learning from their collective experience, we can be sure that the Tellient solution is not only convenient to incorporate with AllJoyn, but meets the needs of a wide variety of manufacturers.