MQTT speeds GENIVI, Tizen, Automotive Grade Linux

MQTT is open source (Eclipse), open standard (OASIS) lightweight pub/sub messaging for mobile networks.  Versus HTTPS on mobile networks it is 93x faster, uses 1/11th as much battery to send, 1/170th to receive.  It just requires a TCP/IP stack and the clients are quite small, for example 12KB on Arduino.

1/2 dozen automakers and several tier-1 suppliers are already working with MQTT (and my product IBM MessageSight)

To try MQTT on Automotive Grade Linux, just launch an Xterm and type:

webskeleton -f http://m2m.demos.ibm.com

Live demos, HTML5 source code and demo videos are at http://m2m.demos.ibm.com

Tutorials and demo videos http://bit.ly/1cvsauO 

MQTT client source for C, C++, Java, HTML5 JavaScript, Lua, Python and Eclipse plug-in http://eclipse.org/paho

Download MessageSight for Developers free virtual appliance.   Easy, secure, and quite fast.  http://ibm.co/1e8D7R7

Or RSMB (really small message broker) which is a 75KB MQTT broker for embedded systems (or desktop development) that will be soon be open source on m2m.eclipse.org  http://ibm.co/19FQPfe

You can also use my Internet accessible MQTT sandbox, simply point your MQTT or MQTT over HTML5 WebSocket apps at messagesight.demos.ibm.com port 1883

Not to be immodest, but I think these are worth reading.  @mobilebit twitter also has lots of info

IBM Messaging (MessageSight and MQ) resources:

Really have to love today’s Google Trends for MQTT  http://www.google.com/trends/explore?q=mqtt

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