Two Bulls, a company continually at the forefront of IoT, are proud to announce today that we have won a development contract with the Linux Foundation for the AllSeen Alliance’s cutting-edge open-source Internet Of Things (IoT) AllJoyn technology.
The contract will result in new jobs created at the Two Bulls Australian office, based in Collingwood, Victoria.
Commencing in February 2016, we will be further developing the AllJoyn framework, used to power smart device solutions, as recently showcased with the AllSeen Alliance at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
AllJoyn is an open-source framework that makes it easy for devices and apps to discover and communicate with each other. By developing the AllJoyn system further, Two Bulls will make it easier for organisations to create IoT applications and devices, while also ensuring they continue to maintain open-source status by creating usability across a broad range of devices and operating systems, including Windows, iOS and Android.
Higgn - powered by the AllJoyn framework - in action at CES2106
CEO James Kane credits strong working relationships and great placement as the key to winning the contract.
“Our relationship with the AllSeen Alliance has seen us develop a number of incredible products, and we look forward to taking this further,”.
“We’ve been privileged to work with a number of amazing clients over the last 7 years, giving us the experience and depth of skill to tackle the most interesting and innovative projects.
“Two Bulls continues to offer world leading development, right here in Melbourne. We are perfectly placed to take advantage of world class developers and designers, and a fantastic start-up culture that is flourishing across the state.”
The AllSeen Alliance is a cross-industry consortium dedicated to connecting billions of Internet of Things devices, services and apps. Consisting of over 200 companies, including LG, Microsoft, Philips, Qualcomm, Sony, Electrolux and many more, they are leaders in developing and supporting Internet of Things technology growth and adoption.
The Alliance manages and advances an industry-supported collaborative open source software connectivity and services framework based on AllJoyn technology accepting contributions from premier members, community members and the open source community. This secure and programmable software connectivity and services framework enables companies and individuals to create interoperable products that can discover, connect and interact directly with other nearby devices, systems and services regardless of transport layer, device type, platform, operating system or brand.
The AllSeen Alliance is a Collaborative Project at The Linux Foundation. Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects are independently funded software projects that harness the power of collaborative development to fuel innovation across industries and ecosystems.
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