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IPSO Alliance demonstrates smart object interoperability with next-generation IPv6 Internet Protocol

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

“The IPSO Alliance, the leading organization defining the “Internet of Things,” today announced the successful interoperability of two critical new elements of the IPv6 protocol for small, resource-constrained embedded devices known as “Smart Objects.” Tested at an event in Anaheim, Calif., the interoperability of RPL, the emerging, IETF-specified, IPv6 routing protocol for low power and lossy networks, and of 6LoWPAN-HC, a header compression format for highly efficient IPv6 packet delivery over IEEE® 802.15.4 low-power wireless personal area networks (WPAN), are key to connecting smart objects such as meters, sensors or control devices, and smart appliances over the Internet.”

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The IPSO Alliance and the IPv6 Forum forge a worldwide partnership to drive interoperability for Internet of Things

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

“The IPSO Alliance and the IPv6 Forum have joined forces to promote a common platform of interoperability based on the IPv6 Ready Logo Program and drive thereby harmonized deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) based on IPv6. Forum members will jointly benefit from this awareness and interop initiative in sharing essential knowledge in their key events and in seeking and designing new joint initiatives on a worldwide basis.”

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Google and Fujitsu join the IPSO Alliance

Saturday, December 19th, 2009

“…The IPSO Alliance said on Friday that Google and Fujitsu raise the ranks of the year-old organisation to 53 members and bring significant weight to a drive toward a world rich with ‘smart objects’.  ‘Google’s participation in IPSO is a result of its expectation that many devices will become part of the Internet environment,’ said Google vice-president and chief Internet evangelist Vint Cerf. ‘Google’s PowerMeter application makes use of this idea to help Smart Grid users capture and analyse their energy usage information.’

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The IP for Smart Objects (IPSO) Alliance demonstrates smart objects at the NeWorld+Interop 2009 expo in Las Vegas

Saturday, June 20th, 2009

“…The sensors were located in Korea, Finland, Sweden, Switzerland, England, Canada, and the United States.  IPSO deployed a business intelligence application developed by SAP that collected the readings and interpreted the results graphically at the group’s display booth at the exposition.  Visitors to the booth were able to observe live data readings streamed in from around the world.  Each of the smart objects transmitted information using the IPv6 protocol and did not rely on any proprietary protocols, gateways, or translators whatsoever.  Off-the-shelf hardware was used to create the entire network infrastructure and the Internet was used to connect each of the nodes, across three continents, to IPSO’s Las Vegas booth.”

What’s Next For IP Networks?

Friday, October 17th, 2008

Bringing networking technology to “dumb” devices is becoming a reality, which could lead to lower operating costs for small businesses.

“…While networks have been used to automate many types of devices, the costs to do so with simpler devices such as light sensors, temperature controls, actuators, security systems and appliances has been prohibitive. These devices have been largely controlled by proprietary devices and networks, which have been difficult to deploy and support.  But a consortium of suppliers, the IP for Smart Objects (IPSO) Alliance, wants to change that.”

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