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*[http://andypiper.co.uk/2012/03/10/paho-gets-started/  A quick start guide to the Paho MQTT C client]

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pāho (verb) to broadcast, make widely known, announce, disseminate, transmit (via the Maori dictionary)

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The Paho project has been created to provide scalable open-source implementations of open and standard messaging protocols aimed at new, exisiting, and emerging applications for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT).

Paho reflects the inherent physical and cost contraints of device connectivity. Objectives include effective levels of decoupling between devices and applications, designed to keep markets open and encourage the rapid growth of scalable Web and Enterprise middleware and applications. Paho initially started with MQTT publish/subscribe client implementations for use on embedded platforms, and in the future will bring corresponding server support as determined by the community.

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