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SK Telecom demonstrates Interworking between Two Different IoT Standards at CES 2016
01/08/2016 | By NETMANIAS (tech@netmanias.com)
  • The company joined hands with Samsung Electronics, KETI, Atmel and Axstone to interconnect oneM2M and OIC standards

SK Telecom today announced that it, together with Samsung Electronics. Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI), Atmel and  Axstone successfully demonstrated interworking between heterogeneous Internet of Things (IoT) standards - i.e. oneM2M and Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) standards - at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas, U.S.

 

For the demonstration, the five parties used ThingPlug, SK Telecom’s IoT platform developed based on the oneM2M standard; Samsung Electronics’ OIC devices (e.g. refrigerator and TV); Atmel’s sensor and lighting development kit; and gateway applied with ‘oneM2M-OIC Interworking Solution’ developed by KETI and Axstone. They were able to successfully control the OIC devices via a smartphone by connecting the two different IoT platforms.

 

The oneM2M* standard has strength in supporting mobile communication between remotely located devices, while the OIC** standard support seamless communication between devices located in close proximity to each other.

 

*oneM2M: oneM2M was established in July 2012 by a consortium of ICT standards development bodies to provide a common M2M service layer that can be embedded within various hardware and software, and connect devices. oneM2M currently has 216 participating partners and members consisting of Alcatel-Lucent, Adobe, AT&T, BT, Cisco, Ericsson, Deutsche Telekom, IBM, Intel, Samsung, Sierra Wireless and Telefonica.

 

** Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC): The OIC was created in July 2014 by leading technology companies with the goal of defining the industry's connectivity requirements and aims to establish common ground on interoperability of billions of IoT devices. Currently, it has around 100 members including Cisco Systems, General Electric, Intel, MediaTek and Samsung.

 

They said the demonstration will usher in a new world of IoT, where IoT devices of all standards can be seamlessly connected, thus providing customers with unprecedented value via a wide variety of new use cases. Interworking between different IoT standards is important as it can dramatically expand the overall IoT ecosystem by boosting the development of IoT products and services that can seamlessly interoperate regardless of standards.

 

“Through close collaboration with Samsung Electronics and KETI, SK Telecom was able to achieve successful interworking between two main global IoT standards, oneM2M and OIC,” said Alex Jinsung Choi, CTO of SK Telecom. “SK Telecom will continue to share its cutting-edge ICT with developers of both home and abroad to lead the creation of an enriched IoT ecosystem and bring innovative changes to customers’ lifestyles.” 

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