In the Internet of Everything, AllJoyn Enables the "Internet of Things Near You"
AllJoyn is an open source project, initially developed by Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc., and hosted by the AllSeen Alliance, which provides a universal software framework and core set of system services that enable interoperability among connected products and software applications across manufacturers to create dynamic proximal networks. Manufactures can offer interoperable products and services that will engage and delight users in new, exciting and useful ways. The range of consumer products AllJoyn can enable is only limited by the imaginations of innovative companies - from the mobile devices consumers always have with them, to the appliances and media equipment in their homes, to the electronics in their cars and the office equipment in their workplaces.
Flexible, Dynamic, Forward Compatible
- Core building blocks and services to address: discovery, connectivity, security and management of ad-hoc proximal networks among nearby devices
- Not just a low-level communications protocol
- Solves higher-level problems
- Service-level discovery, capabilities broadcasting, remote procedure calls, interface sharing, all benefits of Wi-Fi security, message marshaling
- Ability to react to dynamic, ad-hoc network changes
- Developer SDK
Enables Horizontal Market Interoperability
- Cross-platform, cross-brand, cross-physical layers
- Bridging ecosystems for individual markets and product categories
- Discover new use cases and create new business models
- Interoperable across leading OS and embed devices like small home appliances that don’t run an OS
- Bearer agnostic
- Devices can interact regardless of how they are connected – Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Powerline, etc.