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  • Smith Micro named 'Leading Player' in Growing IoT Device Management Market

    Global IoT Device Management Market Revenue 2017-2025According to Transparency Market Research, the global IoT Device Management market will continue to grow at a brisk pace in the foreseeable future as the growing need for new data monitoring mechanisms across all sectors will spur demand for effective and secure device management solutions. Smith Micro was cited as a 'leading player' in this growing market along with tech giants Google, Intel, IBM, Oracle, SAP and Microsoft. Smith Micro's solution, the QuickLink IoT Services Platform provides comprehensive and standards-based device management and firmware over-the-air update capabilities.
  • Lightweight M2M is a device management protocol specified by the Open Mobile Alliance.

    On June 8, 2017, the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) announced the results of a May 2017 LightweightM2M (LwM2M) TestFest hosted by Smith Micro, and also released timeline targets for the next release of the LwM2M device management protocol. Smith Micro's CTO, Dave Sperling, was quoted in the press release stating: "As a long-time OMA member and an active supporter of the organization's wireless standards, Smith Micro was proud to host both the LwM2M TestFest and Device Management Working Group... Having spent the last few years building out our own IoT device management solution using LwM2M, it was an invaluable opportunity for our development team to test and validate interoperability with other LwM2M implementations."

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  • Del Mar Times: AutoMatters & More: 'Beauty and the Beast'

    Animating Lumiere from Disney's Beauty and the Beast in Moho Pro 12.

    Article Excerpt: "At long last, Disney has produced a live action version of the classic 1991 animated film "Beauty and the Beast." There is a cognitive difference between live action and animated films. Animation leaves much to the imagination, encouraging a suspension of reality that is different from that in a live action film... Retail marketing and cross promotions abound. At the Microsoft Store, customers may have their photo taken with a character from the film in an augmented reality experience, use Microsoft computers to animate Lumiere using Moho Pro 12 and Surface Dial, and color a black & white graphic using "Sketchable."

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