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WigWag Joins the Open Interconnect Consortium

Mission to establish interoperability across the Internet of Things gains new, diversified supporters including GE Software, HP and Siemens.

PORTLAND, Ore., December 17, 2014—Today, the Open Interconnect Consortium, Inc. (OIC) introduced 15 companies as its newest members. GE Software, its newest diamond member, will also join its board of directors. These companies represent various fields and expertise crucial to the organization’s mission. Their products and services range from backend design to consumer products in markets such as computing, security, testing and wireless connectivity.

“The remarkable one-third increase in membership achieved in just weeks since our last announcement underscores the importance of the technology we aim to bring to market,” said Jong-Deok Choi, executive vice president and deputy head of Software R&D Center, Samsung Electronics and OIC president. “Their participation will help us to ensure our collaboration includes input from key players representing the Internet of Things market breadth.”

The companies new to OIC’s membership roster include:

  • ADT
  • Cable Television Laboratories, Inc.
  • Cadence Design Systems
  • DT&C Co., Ltd.
  • GE Software
  • Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)
  • Enea Netbricks SAS
  • EXO U Inc.
  • HP
  • Lab IX – A Flextronics Company
  • Lenovo
  • Real-Time Innovations, Inc.
  • Siemens AG
  • WigWag Inc.
  • Works Systems, Inc.

For additional information on membership benefits and how to join the OIC, visit

About Open Interconnect Consortium
The Open Interconnect Consortium, a Delaware non-profit corporation, is being founded by leading technology companies with the goal of defining the connectivity requirements and ensuring interoperability of the billions of devices that will make up the emerging Internet of Things (IoT). To learn more, visit or email

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Suzi Owens
OIC Public Relations

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