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AllSeen Alliance

August 20, 2015 08:05 ET

AllSeen Alliance Membership Grows; Adds First Home Improvement Retailer

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 20, 2015) - The AllSeen Alliance, a cross-industry collaboration to advance the Internet of Everything through an open source software project, today announced six new members have joined the initiative including Fortune 50 company, Lowe's, and technical support services provider, Radialpoint.

"To see constant growth and diversity among the Alliance's member roster is a testament to the shared belief that collaborative development and open technologies are the only way to transform IoT as an industry," said Philip DesAutels, senior director, IoT, AllSeen Alliance. "These new member additions will help make AllJoyn a robust and highly scalable software for IoT devices, services and apps."

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Launched in July 2012, Iris by Lowe's is a smart home solution created to monitor and control virtually everything in the home anytime, anywhere from a computer, smart phone or tablet. Lowe's was among the first companies to target the mass consumer market with a broad home automation solution and to introduce an open platform, with the customer support that consumers have come to trust from Lowe's.

"Iris is proud to join the AllSeen Alliance and collaborate to bring a more diverse and useful set of solutions and products to consumers," said Mick Koster, vice president and general manager of Iris Home Systems. "AllSeen is helping to move forward consumer adoption of the DIY smart home space, and our alliance will allow us to deliver better value and ultimately offer consumers the best possible technology and breadth of products for their home."

Radialpoint is a world leading technical support services provider since 1997. The company's turnkey, white-label technical services enable OEMs, ODMs and broadband providers to quickly and cost-effectively solve technical and IoT support problems and deliver measurably superior customer experiences.

"As a leader in delivering quality, full-scope technical support, Radialpoint joined the AllSeen Alliance to stay informed and to contribute to emerging standards and best practices for IoT devices," said Jeremy Hill, director of product management of Radialpoint. "With broad adoption of standards throughout the industry, we will have a greater potential to positively impact the technical support experience and realize the full potential of the Internet of Everything."

The AllSeen Alliance also welcomes the following new Sponsored Members: CABA, CESI Technology, Energy Mashup Lab and ULE Alliance.

The keynotes and full program for the second annual AllSeen Alliance Summit were also announced today. To be held Oct. 19-21 in Seattle, the event will unite business and thought leaders, developers, product managers and the open source community to address critical technological areas of the IoT and work together to advance the AllJoyn open source project. To register or learn more about the event, please visit:

About The AllSeen Alliance
The AllSeen Alliance is a nonprofit open source consortium dedicated to driving the widespread adoption of products, systems and services that support the Internet of Everything with an open, universal development framework that is supported by a vibrant ecosystem and thriving technical community. 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. For more information, please visit:

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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