ULE Alliance and Open Interconnect Consortium Present a Joint Technology Demo at 2016 International CES


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The ULE Alliance, a non-profit organization focused on driving the worldwide adoption of the ULE (Ultra Low Energy), a new generation wireless technology for IoT, is pleased to announce a formal liaison with the Open Interconnect Consortium, Inc. (OIC). For the first time ever, these organizations will present a combined technology demonstration at 2016 International CES in Las Vegas, USA (January 6-9).

"ULE is a new generation wireless technology for IoT, delivering unique performance benefits", says Avi Barel, Business Development Director of the ULE Alliance. "Two projects together with the OIC are envisioned: porting IoTivity application layer to ULE, which enables devices to run IoTivity over ULE, and working together to define a bridge, which will connect existing ULE and IoTivity networks."

“With this active liaison, the Open Interconnect Consortium and the ULE Alliance are taking an important step toward broadening the adoption of IoT," said Mike Richmond, Executive Director, Open Interconnect Consortium. "Interoperability and cooperation between standards organizations is of paramount importance in enabling practical implementations of IoT. OIC promotes IoTivity, a transport-agnostic application layer. Its goal is to make devices built on different technologies to communicate seamlessly."

The ULE Alliance and the Open Interconnect Consortium will present at the CES 2016 a demonstration showing devices of both technologies working together: ULE Alliance, Sands Expo, SmartHomes Tech Zone, booth 70527, and OIC Hospitality Suite, Hotel Palazzo.

About ULE Alliance

The ULE Alliance promotes the ULE technology to be a leading infrastructure and standard for home wireless networks, enabling a safer life and higher level of convenience for people. The Alliance helps its members to develop Smart Home solutions that build on ULE’s technological superiority in communication range, interference free operation, voice prompt and video capability. The ULE Alliance has over 75 members worldwide, with founding and promoter members: DECT Forum, Dialog Semiconductor, DSP Group, Gigaset, Intel, and Vtech Telecommunications Ltd., and contributor member companies: Arcadyan, AVM, Crow, Deutsche Telekom, Panasonic, Sercomm, SGW Global, and Turkcell.

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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