Eyeball Networks joins Open Interconnect Consortium to help design Internet of Things Standards
Eyeball Networks announced its participation in the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), a group of industry leaders from a broad range of markets working together to enable the Internet of Things (“IoT”). Eyeball Networks will be working with other member organizations to build a framework for secure and interoperable authentication and authorization using existing and new open Web standards for the billions of devices and APIs set to fuel the IoT.
“Eyeball Networks is pleased to join the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), with other industry leaders, to define device-to-device connectivity requirements among the billions of devices that make up the Internet of Things,” said Chris Piche, CEO, Eyeball Networks. “As the leading provider of secure, guaranteed connectivity solutions, it’s critical we are a part of OIC to develop open standards that will help drive adoption of secure device-to-device connectivity.”
The OIC is focused on delivering specifications, open source software, and an IoT certification program for connected devices. OIC membership continues to grow with 32 current member companies committed to defining open standards for the IoT.
Learn more about Open Interconnect Consortium at http://www.openinterconnect.org.
About Eyeball Networks
Eyeball Networks pioneered enterprise IP connectivity and today currently provides middleware for IETF, Microsoft Lync, IBM Sametime and WebRTC connectivity. AnyFirewall technology is embedded in products used by 95% of the top 500 companies worldwide. In addition Eyeball Networks voice and video software is used by the largest consumer electronics equipment vendors and underlies key Internet of Things deployments. Learn more at www.eyeball.com or contact eyeball at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Open Interconnect Consortium:
The Open Interconnect Consortium, a Delaware non-profit corporation, is being founded by leading technology companies with the goal of defining the connectivity requirements and ensuring interoperability of the billions of devices that will make up the emerging Internet of Things (IoT).
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