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Electrolux shows connected oven with Google's Brillo OS

Thursday 7 January 2016 | 11:00 CET | News
Electrolux has joined Google's Early Access Program for its Brillo operating system and Weave communications protocol for the Internet of things aimed at developing connected appliances for smart homes. The French appliances maker is showing at CES connected ovens based on Brillo and the AllJoyn platform. The company plans to launch the ovens in Europe in April. Electrolux said while it has joined Brillo, it also remains "firmly committed" to the AllSeen Alliance, where it is a premium partner. While the company would like to see a single open global platform for the smart home, it's open to

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Companies: Google
Countries: World
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It's a Swedish appliances maker, not French.
Anonymous @ 8/1/2016 - 03:06


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