SEOUL, KOREA (Sep 19, 2018) — HDC and OCF signed a memorandum of understanding in support of joint marketing, and applying OCF standards to apartment houses, on Sep 19th at Yongsan headquarters, in Seoul, Korea.
Hyundai Development Company (HDC) and Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) signed MOU to apply OCF on HDC Apartment Houses for the first in the World
Lynx Accelerates the Immediate Adoption of Smart Home Use Cases Through Native Interoperability with OCF Certified Products – No Integrations Required
Lynx MiND provides heterogeneous device support and interoperability
across multiple smart home protocols
SAN DIEGO, CA – 11 SEPTEMBER 2018 – Today Lynx Technology, a worldwide leader in interoperability for the connected home and IoT markets, said that on the heels of the recent Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) announcement the organization has entered an agreement with major worldwide appliance manufacturers for interoperable secure smart devices within the IoT ecosystem, that Lynx is capable of instant interoperability with any OCF-certified smart appliance or product as soon as it ships…. [Read More]
International expert organization DEKRA has become the only authorized testing laboratory in Europe for the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF). The OCF focuses on the development of a standard specification and certification program to address the challenges of the Internet of Things. Devices bearing the ‘OCF Certified’ logo have passed rigorous interoperability certification requirements…. [Read More]
III (Institute For Information Industry) forms Smart Home Task Force in accordance with international IoT standards and tap into global smart home market
According to the research conducted by the Institute for Information Industry (III), the number of smart home worldwide was about 55.4 million in 2016 and is expected to quadruple to 230 million in 2021 with over 15% of household penetration, representing tremendous business opportunities.
Expands GRL Test Solutions Leadership for Emerging IoT Standards
SANTA CLARA, Calif., December 6, 2016 – Granite River Labs (GRL), a global leader in engineering services and test solutions for high speed connectivity today announced that the company was selected to help develop and support IoTivity, an open source project enabling seamless device-to-device connectivity to address the emerging needs of the Internet of Things. IoTivity is sponsored by the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF), a consortium of industry-leading companies working to unlock the massive opportunity in the Internet of Things market, accelerate industry innovation, and help developers and companies create solutions that map to a single open specification.