We are committed to driving the IoT industry forward to provide secure, energy efficient, user-friendly, intelligent wireless connectivity solutions that transform industries, grow economies and improve lives. We are proud to share our extensive wireless expertise and partner closely with the alliances below to optimize industry standards and simplify development of innovative solutions for a more connected world.
We hold board chair and vice-chair seats on this collaboration of industry leaders to ensure seamless connection across many protocols and applications.
We are on the board of this alliance working on a large scale IoT solution targeted for segments like smart cities to enable utilities, service providers, municipalities, and more to improve efficiency and thus lives.
We are the board chairman of this alliance working on the interoperable Z-Wave standard to enhance smart home product offerings.
We are on the board of directors of this collaboration of developers to create the perfect IoT standard that is low power, easy to connect to, IP based, and built for security.
We are a members of this special interest group for Bluetooth that drives and defines the standard to enable more connected devices to improve lives.
We are actively engaged with this marketing, certification and interoperability focused alliance based on the 802.11 specification/s.
We on the board of this organization that creates open source specifications to help the IoT be more holistic and allow many devices to connect to each other.
We are engaged with this standardization sector whose goal is to globally connect the world by defining standard for how information is sent and connected.
We are engaged with this standards organization set to define, ratify, and test standards targeting information and communications technology or ICT use cases.
We are a board member of this working group focused on open standard smart home and building connections.
We are a board member of this working group, previously Project Connected Home over IP (CHIP), focused on delivering and defining a standard that works across the board to unify all connected devices.
We are a board member of this alliance aimed at defining standard requirements for security within the IoT.
We are actively engaged with NIST, part of the U.S. department of commerce set up to help ensure the expectations of industries and users are aligned.
We engage with this consortium that helps define supplier agnostic standard that benchmark the technology of hardware software and devices.
We are actively involved with this foundation that is defining, testing, and verifying implementations of the RISC-V open source ISA.
A key IoT enabler that offers an open source compiler as well as tools, code examples, and development environments.
An open source operating system targeted to make connected devices competitive and scalable.
An open source kernel targeting bettery powered IoT end devices.
An open source operating system (OS) designed to help connect device to the cloud.
An open source development suit that also includes a small device real-time operating system (RTOS).