Altair First to Complete Interoperability Testing for Lightweight M2M
Altair Semiconductor, a provider of LTE chipsets, said its ALT1160 LTE CAT-1 Chipset has successfully completed interoperability testing with the Open Mobile Alliance’s Lightweight M2M (LwM2M) protocol. The test took place at the recent OMA TestFest, where vendors had the opportunity to test the stability of their LwM2M implementations in a multi-vendor environment, while helping to ensure the quality of OMA specifications.
“The motivation of Lightweight M2M is to develop a fast, deployable client-server specification to provide machine to machine service,” said Joaquin Prado, Director of Technical Programs at OMA.
Altair’s LwM2M implementation provides a secure and standards-compliant device management solution to simplify the development of M2M applications. Its intuitive API enables easy customization without the need for extensive knowledge of M2M protocols. In addition, Altair’s efficient implementation offers out-of-the-box cloud support, and more than 10 years of battery life, for low-cost and low-power devices.
At TestFest, Altair’s chipset interoperated successfully with all participating LwM2M Servers, including Ericsson, Bosch Software Innovations, Nokia, ETRI, IOTEROP and AVSystem, and passed all tests as defined by OMA.
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