Elbrys Showcases M2M Health Gaming Platform at HIMMS 2012

CommonSenses SDK enables Qualcomm Life’s 2net Platform to connect with an ecosystem of medical devices

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Elbrys, an M2M gaming platform leader, today announced the availability of its CommonSenses SDK enabling standards-based device connectivity services on the 2net Platform, a cloud-based connectivity solution from Qualcomm Life Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated. Over the past year, Elbrys has collaborated with Qualcomm Life to develop wireless networking services that connect medical devices with the 2net Hub, ensuring compliance with Continua Health Alliance and ANT+ Alliance standards.

“The integration of CommonSenses and Qualcomm Life’s 2net Hub and Platform offers a standards-based M2M connectivity framework and accelerates an ecosystem of personal connected medical devices,” said Rick Valencia, vice president and general manager of Qualcomm Life. “We are excited to collaborate with Elbrys to drive interoperability of Continua and ANT devices in the 2net solution,” adds Valencia.

HIMMS Overview

Elbyrs is demonstrating how its standards-based M2M gaming platform provides a universal aggregation node for millions of users and sensor data connected to the health and fitness Internet. The CommonSenses platform enables gamification mechanics and entertainment experiences connected to medical devices, fitness sensors, informatics systems, and wellness applications. CommonSenses SDK includes:

  • Continua Certified and ANT+ compliant software
  • Standards-based IEEE 11073-20601 medical device support
  • Personal Area Network supporting - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ANT+

“Qualcomm Life is providing industry leadership to grow connected health solutions and improve health outcomes,” cited Anthony Delli Colli, Elbrys VP, Marketing. “We expect standards-based M2M network services to represent a significant revenue opportunity for telehealth solution providers and grow consumer health engagement,” added Delli Colli.

Availability

CommonSenses SDK is available for wireless device and aggregation gateway partners. When combined with the CommonSenses platform, gaming developers can build games for health experiences via a sensor aggregation services RESTful API. In addition, Elbrys provides system integration services enabling partners to accelerate time-to-market and reduce developer costs.

For more information on Elbrys software solutions for medical devices, visit www.elbrys.com

About Elbrys Networks, Inc

Elbrys delivers a standards-based M2M services platform aggregating wireless actuators and sensor devices and connecting sensor data services to next generation telehealth and smart energy platforms. Our CommonSenses platform connects sensor devices, networks, and applications to deliver smart data services for health and smart energy consumers and service providers. For more information, please visit www.elbrys.com.

About Continua Health Alliance:

Continua Health Alliance is a non-profit, open industry coalition of healthcare and technology companies joining together in collaboration to improve the quality of personal healthcare. With more than 230 member companies around the world, Continua is dedicated to establishing a system of interoperable personal health solutions with the knowledge that extending those solutions into the home fosters independence, empowers individuals and provides the opportunity for truly personalized health and wellness management. For more information visit: www.continuaalliance.org.



CONTACT:

Elbrys Networks
Anthony Delli Colli, +1-603-785-5200
VP, Marketing
[email protected]

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