On the QT

November 3, 2011 at 5:37 pm | Posted in Computers, Hardware, Internet, Software, Technology | Leave a comment

“A projected 24 billion simultaneous devices — sending billions of messages per hour —  including RFID tags on shipping crates, heart rate monitors, GPS devices, smartphone firmware, automobile maintenance systems, and even earrings may become more socially active than any teenager presently alive by the year 2020.”

From a news article on IBM donating “a complete draft protocol for asynchronous inter-device communication“. It’s called “Message Queuing Telemetry Transport.

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