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Technicolor brings Qeo technology to AllSeen Alliance

Technicolor is set to join the AllSeen Alliance, the broadest cross-industry consortium to date to advance adoption and innovation in the “Internet of Everything” (IoE) in homes and industry, and will be contributing Qeo technology. The company will work to accelerate the unification of ecosystems around the IoE.

The AllSeen Alliance, formed in December 2013, expands upon the “Internet of Things” (IoT) to include more functionality and interactions across various brands and sectors, such as the connected home, healthcare, education, automotive and enterprise. The members of the AllSeen Alliance contribute software and engineering resources as part of their collaboration that builds on the open source AllJoyn software and services framework, originally developed by Qualcomm Innovation Center. The addition of Qeo further strengthens the Alliance’s ability to expand the ecosystem of companies working on IoE.

“The AllSeen Alliance is excited to have Technicolor join as a premier member,” says Liat Ben-Zur, AllSeen Alliance Board Chairman. “The combination of Qeo and AllJoyn fits the Alliance’s mandate perfectly as we expand the breadth of interaction models for developers.”

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