According to Gartner, technology is becoming embedded into everything and becoming invisible. By 2020, 30 billion things will be connected as every product more than $100 will be smart, Gartner says. The Internet of Things means that products from different companies will need to communicate with each other. Consumers and businesses have devices, systems and services from a variety of brands and vendors running in their homes and businesses. The Internet of Things doesn’t work unless the “everything” works together. Interoperability is key. Through interoperability based on an open framework, consumers and enterprises will be exposed to a new, simple, seamless and universal work of connectivity. This connectivity will enable new experiences and ways of using smart data and products and services. For example, with AllJoyn Certified products, by the time you get home from work, the house has returned to a comfortable temperature, and the oven you pre-heated on the way is already warm. Later that night, when you turn the TV on, it automatically dims the lights to an optimal level. When you go to bed, a single button shuts off all lights you may have forgotten.