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Internet of Things (IoT) is the in thing that no sane company would neglect. BlackBerry after its recent smart phone is also into IoT and has a complete platform. Main vertical applications targeted are automotive and asset tracking for now. Here is about the platform in Blackberry's own words. "The BlackBerry® IoT Platform is here to give you that control, providing a cloud-based solution that lets you build and manage IoT applications and devices in a secure, efficient, and scalable way." Highlights: Security: via BlackBerry cryptography and Key Management technology-The IoT platform is hosted in the secure, global BlackBerry infrastructure. Scalability: Massive scalability at every layer, instantaneous data indexing with no bottlenecks and redundant long-term storage. Efficiency: Superb messaging both event-driven and store-and-forward You want to try it out. It... (more)

WebRTC with Intel XDK | @WebRTCSummit #IoT #RTC #WebRTC

You can use Intel XDK together with Intel Collaboration Suite for Web RTC to build the real time communication apps. With Intel Collaboration Suite for Web RTC (Intel CS for WebRTC )it is possible to build apps for real time communication over the web. You need to use the Intel CS for WebRTC SDK built on top of W3C standard for WebRTC. You can create apps for broadcast, peer-to-peer and apps for conference. To cater to the major OSs and HTML, the SDK is available in four versions one each for: Android JavaScript iOS Windows There is a server that you need to get used to: Intel CS f... (more)

Red Hat steps into Microsoft's turf

Red Hat steps into Microsoft's turf offering a PaaS consisting of Microsoft.NET and SQL Server. This service is going to be offered (not ready yet) on Red Hat's OpenShift platform with UHURU software providing the code support. Open source UHURU was started by former MSFT Employees. About OpenShift:  When it starts working, Red Hat Open Shift will use Microsoft.NET and SQL server 'cartridges' on windows Server by itself or as a virtual server. In effect you can have a Microsoft.NET Cartridge to pair with third part database 'cartridge' allowing a great deal of flexibility. Of cours... (more)

Cumulocity Is IoT Ready | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #BigData #Microservices

The keywords for this IoT company are Connect, Manage, Extend and do more things. In order to have wide applicability you can connect anything over any network. Connect at Cumulocity has the following features: Connect out-of-the box to more than 30 usable certified devices (whole list is here, but I could only recognize, Raspberry and a Arduino variant). Looks like it is heavy on LINUX and JAVA-based but I may be missing the others) More than 10 embedded environments supported RestAPIs for any connected device Connect Over any network Runs on all networks, mobile or fixed. No ne... (more)

So You Want to Use JSON with 'Internet of Things' | @ThingsExpo [#IoT]

So You Want to Use JSON with the 'Internet of Things' Here is a comprehensive article on the basics of using JSON, the Javascript Object Notation. JSON packs lot more power into just information in a piece of text. JSON has become a nice connector to bridge the physical (IoT) and the Digital worlds (Web Services). Get this still in development plug-in (pURL) if you want to read URLs in JSON format to send out a listenable event. This is just the beginning to create automatons based on URL content, be it web services or something else. http://freedomotic.com/content/plugins/purl ... (more)