ANT+ products march into their own directory

The fitness-minded ANT+ (originally Advanced and Adaptive Network Technology although most traces of its origins have been wiped from the Web) protocol created by┬áDynastream Innovations (which sounds like a Hollywood invention) and later adopted by Garmin (presumably to complement its Forerunner wristwear for now) now has a directory of products. The diversity of the offerings is no doubt meant to show off industry momentum. However, at 311 products listed, it also shows the protocol’s vulnerability to Bluetooth Smart, which is heir apparent to the short-range radio in billions of devices.

  
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