Re: [HOME NETWORK TF] Addition to the related works section

Now merged into the req. document


On Fri, 02 Sep 2011 07:14:48 -0700, Clarke Stevens  
<> wrote:

> Sounds good to me.
> -Clarke
> From: Jan Lindquist  
> <<>>
> Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2011 03:04:37 -0600
> To: "<>"  
> <<>>
> Subject: [HOME NETWORK TF] Addition to the related works section
> Hello,
> I would request to add a reference to the section "Related works  
> (informative)" of the work done by Ericsson Labs in support of an  
> Ericsson contribution, originally ISSUE-16 which was merged with  
> ISSUE-26 and -28. Below is the proposed text.
> Best regards,
> JanL
> Ericsson Labs
> Ericsson Labs is the part of Ericsson Research that focuses on iterative  
> open innovation and experiments with new technologies, services and  
> business models. The purpose of Ericsson Labs is to support Ericsson’s  
> vision of the Networked Society by working with partners including  
> technology providers and third-party developers.
> Ericsson Labs provides access to experimental APIs in their infancy so  
> that developers can create new, innovative services. "Web Technologies"  
> is one of the major categories of experimental APIs and the category  
> contains API named "Web Device Connectivity".
> Ericsson Labs: Web Technologies:  
> Web Device Connectivity:  
> The Web Device Connectivity API enables you to connect end users’  
> devices to the Web. It provides end users with new experiences of  
> devices in their home networks being a part of the Web and web sites can  
> seamlessly make use of those home devices. For example, an web site or a  
> blog can access the viewer's DLNA enabled TV and let the viewer choose  
> his/her DLNA enabled TV to play the contents on the web site.
> Demo video:  
> Web Device Connectivity platform consists of a software running inside  
> each end users' home network and interacting with home devices, in-cloud  
> servers aggregating device information and enforcing security policy,  
> and a Javascript library providing API for web sites. Developers can  
> create web sites, by including the Javascript library, which accesses  
> devices in end users' home networks through the Ericsson Labs Web Device  
> Connectivity platform.

Giuseppe Pascale
TV & Connected Devices
Opera Software

Received on Monday, 19 September 2011 13:43:47 UTC