Qualcomm CEO: Internet of things obstacle is the standard

Qualcomm CEO Derek Aberie afternoon in the China Development Forum, said a unified global technical standards is the biggest obstacle to all Internet era.

Derek Aberie said, is a new networking technology 5G era, whether it is any part of this industry in technology companies, the common goal is to make it in the end user experience is simple and convenient. For example, consumers buy any smart device, it should be able to quickly and easily interconnected with other intelligent devices in the hands of the home exchange.

Therefore, he believes that the most urgent is broken, the industry must address the current standard of Internet of things relive problem, which is the world of Internet of things core obstacle to development.

2015, Qualcomm and other companies formed the alliance Internet of things AllSeen Alliance. This open source project sponsored alliance with Qualcomm AllJoyn basis, so that a variety of devices, applications, services, online or offline (such as through WiFi, cable or Ethernet) connection.

In February this year, in order to promote uniform standards process, Qualcomm and other big networking standard giant Intel entered into a collaboration to Intel-led “Open Internet Alliance” (OIC) and Qualcomm “AllSeen alliance” based on the establishment of new standards organization ” open Internet Foundation “(OFC).

This means that two giant networking standards reached a strategic agreement.

Internet of things indeed the area of ​​development will be the focus of future market trends, but also means that will bring more new challenges, the market scale of Internet of things than in the past any more huge ecosystem, but many relatively complex, the required factors into account will be more to be more. A focus on the core of Qualcomm’s research is a low power, high Unicom solutions. For example, Qualcomm are working on a device two years to complete the battery running innovative technology.

Derek Aberie statement also mentioned Qualcomm’s focus in China is to promote the development of mobile terminal technologies, including chip, network deployment, cooperative relations and other semiconductors. He stressed, “This is a practical action to support China’s Internet policy + landing.”