AVSystem Anjay with the full support of the newly released OMA LightweightM2M v1.0

Products & Solutions 24 February 2017

Kraków, Poland – 24 February 2017 – AVSystem announced today that its LwM2M library Anjay, which was released last week as free and open-source software, supports the latest OMA LwM2M v1.0 device management standard.

LightweightM2M protocol is Open Mobile Alliance’s response to a growing market demand for a common standard for managing lightweight and low power devices – especially in mobile and wireless networks. As a result of collaboration between telco industry experts, OMA prepared the LwM2M v1.0 specification, which now brings a standardized way to securely and efficiently manage constrained IoT devices.

As a member of the Open Mobile Alliance, AVSystem actively participated in the review process of the LwM2M to ensure high quality and consistency of the specification. AVSystem’s LwM2M library Anjay is fully compatible with LwM2M v1.0, what was confirmed by its excellent results during the OMA TestFest interoperability tests.

Anjay is a free and open-source LwM2M library that helps vendors of the Internet of Things & M2M equipment to quickly and reliably implement support for OMA LightweightM2M protocol. Anjay is designed to minimize an effort required to deploy a fully standard-compliant LwM2M client. It handles all protocol logic underneath, leaving the end-users with a task of data model implementation the way it best fits their needs. Together with AVSystem’s IoT platform – AVSystem Coiote it is a complete end-to-end solution for empowering IoT applications. The source code and full documentation of Anjay are both available on GitHub. Visit https://anjay.io for details and https://www.avsystem.com/products/anjay/ for commercial support inquiries.

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