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.
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IBM Bluemix Reward Points Account
||This BAIN REST API is used to administer rewards point accounts for consumer customers and is powered by IBM's API Management solution in Bluemix. Rewards points are handled as a pseudo currency...||Banking||08.06.2016|
IBM Bluemix Location Data Management
||This BAIN REST API is used to maintain details of the use and state of locations of interest and is powered by IBM's API Management solution in Bluemix. The maintenance of location details are used...||Banking||08.06.2016|
IBM Bluemix Transaction Engine
||This BAIN REST API orchestrates a schedule of payment transaction and reporting activities for the fulfillment of certain long term instruments or structured facilities and is powered by IBM's API...||Banking||08.06.2016|
IBM Bluemix Issued Device Allocation
||This BAIN REST API and is powered by IBM's API Management solution in Bluemix. Code examples available for cURL, Ruby, Python, PHP, Java, Node and Go. BAIN Is the Banking Industry Architecture...||Banking||08.06.2016|
IBM Bluemix Customer Agreement
||This BAIN REST API allows you to maintain a structured legal customer agreement and is powered by IBM's API Management solution in Bluemix. The customer agreement is linked to as many Sales Product...||Banking||08.06.2016|
All the major computing architectures in use today trace their lineage back to the pioneering work of mathematician John von Neumann. Developed from the 1930s through the 1950s, the theories put forth by von Neumann provided the foundation on which the ENIAC, the first general-purpose computer, were based. Subsequently, every system developed since then has relied on the same basic principles to deliver faster levels of computational performance.