Systech Joins Open Interconnect Consortium to Advance Interoperability for Internet of Things (IoT)

Systech joins other industry leaders including Atmel, Broadcom, Dell, Intel, Samsung and Wind River to develop a framework for seamless device-to-device connectivity for the IoT market.

San Diego, CA June 15, 2015- Systech Corporation, a leading provider of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, is pleased to announce its membership and participation in the Open Interconnect Consortium, a group of industry leaders from a broad range of markets working together to enable interoperability among heterogeneous platforms in the Internet of Things (IoT) market. The Open Interconnect Consortium is focused on defining a framework based on industry standard technologies to wirelessly connect and intelligently manage the flow of information among a diverse population of personal computing and emerging IoT devices, regardless of form factor, operating system or service provider.

For several years, Systech has been creating tools and hardware that help OEMs and system integrators to bring their IoT solutions to market quickly. The framework created by the Open Interconnect Consortium standard and open source project is poised to deliver interoperable technology that will help developers and end users to further streamline their development.

“Without broader global standards that allow economies of scale, the full potential of IoT cannot be realized,” said Robert Lutz, Business Development Director at Systech Corporation.

Many experts estimate the IoT market to include over 50 billion devices and things across a broad set of market or industry segments within a decade.    Interoperability, across all vertical markets, is essential to enable manufacturers to scale their solutions.

About Open Interconnect Consortium
The Open Interconnect Consortium, a Delaware non-profit corporation, is founded by leading technology companies with the goal of defining the connectivity requirements and ensuring interoperability of the billions of devices that will make up the emerging Internet of Things (IoT). To learn more, visit