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ISO/IEC DIS 30118-1

Information technology — Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) Specification — Part 1: Core specification

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 26 January 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 143
ICS Code (Interface and interconnection equipment): 35.200
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The OCF Core specifications are divided into a set of documents:

- Core specification (this document): The Core specification document specifies the Framework, i.e., the OCF core architecture, interfaces, protocols and services to enable OCF profiles implementation for Internet of Things (IoT) usages and ecosystems. This document is mandatory for all Devices to implement.

- Core optional specification: The Core optional specification document specifies the Framework, i.e., the OCF core architecture, interfaces, protocols and services to enable OCF profiles implementation for Internet of Things (IoT) usages and ecosystems that can optionally be implemented by any Device.

- Core extension specification(s): The Core extension specification(s) document(s) specifies optional OCF Core functionality that are significant in scope (e.g., Wi-Fi easy setup, Cloud).

Document History

ISO/IEC DIS 30118-1
January 26, 2021
Information technology — Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) Specification — Part 1: Core specification
The OCF Core specifications are divided into a set of documents: – Core specification (this document): The Core specification document specifies the Framework, i.e., the OCF core architecture,...
November 1, 2018
Information technology - Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) Specification - Part 1: Core specification
The OCF specifications are divided into two sets of documents: • Core Specification documents: The Core Specification documents specify the Framework, i.e., the OCF core architecture, interfaces,...

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