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Work item: Y.dev-IoT-arch
Status: Under study 
Approval process: AAP
Type of work item: Recommendation
Version: New
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Timing: 2019-Q4 (No priority specified)
Liaison: ETSI, NIST, IoT Forum
Subject/title: Architectural reference model of devices for IoT applications
Summary: Processing power and communication capabilities define how the device communicates and interacts with other entities in an IoT solution. By correlating the processing and communication capabilities classifications, it is possible to enumerate three types of devices: " Low processing and low connectivity device - LPLC device; " Low processing and high connectivity device - LPHC device; " High processing and high connectivity device - HPHC device. This Recommendation describes the architectural reference model of devices for IoT applications, based on a classification of devices defined by processing and communication capabilities. The architectural reference model description also includes the device's functional entities and the functional entities interaction for each device's architectural reference model. Note: Devices with no processing capabilities are not considered on this recommendation because they are simple devices (e.g. ID Tags) that are already defined on ITU-T Y.2213.
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