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OASIS MQTT IoT is now an ISO/IEC standard

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Due to spectacular adoption in the IoT world, MQTT has attained this significant milestone. The MQTT protocol is perfectly positioned to underpin the modern IoT ecosystem, supporting businesses and organizations on the journey towards a connected world. The scrutiny required for international recognition confirms the protocol as a truly open and foundational IoT technology.

“MQTT being added to ISO/IEC standards is a major step forward that further solidifies its foothold as a standard messaging protocol and makes it ideal for large-scale Internet of Things applications.” Giles Nelson, Senior VP at Software AG

You can read more about MQTT on our Developer Works blog.

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