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Enabling Things to Talk by Alessandro Bassi, et al.

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Enabling Things to Talk
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN-13: 9783642404030
Number of pages: 379

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The Architectural Reference Model (ARM) makes it possible to connect vertically closed systems, architectures and application areas so as to create open interoperable systems and integrated environments and platforms. It constitutes a foundation from which software companies can capitalize on the benefits of developing consumer-oriented platforms including hardware, software and services.

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