Qualcomm Technologies announced an Internet of Everything (IoE) development platform, which is based on the company’s QSC6270-Turbo chipset and supports Oracle’s Java ME Embedded 3.2. Utilizing Qualcomm’s Gobi modem solution for 3G, it enables developers to “accelerate development efficiency and decrease time-to-market for a wide range of applications and devices to connect to the AT&T mobile internet.”
This IoE platform includes several onboard sensors and indicators, including an accelerometer, light sensor and temperature sensor. The Java ME 3.2 software release comes with several new JSRs for IoE applications, as well as Device Access and AT Command Pass Through APIs that give developers access to a large number of chipset IOs and interfaces, such as GPIO, I2C and SPI.
The two companies (Qualcomm and AT&T) expect this IoE development platform to be available to developers in Q2 2013. So if you’ve understood many of the things written above, you can already start preparing. And if you come up with something really cool, make sure to shoot us an email to give you some space at IntoMobile.
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