Looking to turn the concept of the Internet of Things (IoT) into something that more closely resembles an actual platform of developing interoperable applications, IBM, GE, Intel, Cisco and AT&T announced today that they are coming together to form an Industrial Internet Consortium (ICC). Dr. Richard Soley, executive director of the ICC and CEO of the Object Management Group (OMG) that is managing ICC, says the ICC will be an organization dedicated to identifying and resolving interoperability issues limiting the development of IoT applications.
Cisco APIs (6)
Cisco PSIRT openVuln
||Through implementation of Cisco's PSIRT openVuln API, developers can simplify and expedite their systems' security measures. PSIRT stands for Product Security Incident Response Team and this RESTful...||Security||12.19.2015|
Cisco Meraki CMX
||The Cisco Meraki CMX (Connected Mobile Experience) API displays real-time location analytic data to improve customer support and engagement. Data collected is reported to a dashboard which reveals...||Cloud||10.10.2014|
Cisco IM & Presence
||The service provides instant messaging for applications operating within the provider's WebEx Collaboration Cloud. It uses Cisco's Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) AJAX library to...||Messaging||02.01.2013|
Cisco Unity Connection Messaging Interface
||The Cisco Unity Connection Messaging Interface (CUMI) is a messaging API for Cisco Unity Connection that has been designed to be stable and simple to use. It is based on leading industry standards...||Messaging||01.16.2013|
Cisco Jabber Voice & Video
||The service provides integrated voice and video communications via broswer-based telephony. Basic telephone call functions include making and receiving voice calls, hold and resume funtions, multi-...||Telephony||01.15.2013|
As more security vulnerabilities in IT software are discovered and exploited by malicious endeavours, Cisco has released its openVuln API that automates the sharing of security vulnerability information in a move aimed at nurturing an open security automation standard across the industry.
At the Enterprise Connect 2014 conference today Cisco announced it will be working more closely with Google to integrate conferencing services with various Google APIs. Rowan Trollope, Cisco senior vice president for collaboration, and Rajen Sheth, a product manager for Google Enterprise, took the stage to show a prototype of the Cisco Webex conferencing service running on a Chromebook. In the future, Cisco and Google will make it possible to launch WebEx directly from Google Calendar and start an instant meeting from the Google Contact Card and the Google People widget. Users will also be able to connect with others by clicking on phone numbers or extensions displayed in Gmail or Google Apps.