Annotation: The evolution of the Internet has been a four-stage process thus far. It began with basic connectivity, then moved to a network-economy, then immersive experiences, and is now at a fourth stage, which is IoE (Internet of Everything). The Internet of Everything is not a tangible term. Rather, it is the connections between people, proc-esses, data and things that create more valuable and relevant experience, tuning information into actions that create new capabilities and unprecedented economic opportunity. The aging society is one of the reasons why IoE essen-tial, to enable people live alone, without assistance, longer. IoE goes beyond a broad range of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technologies and protocols. However, the main constraint of most existing platforms is their limited mutual interoperability. In this paper, we observe protocols suitable to support IoE philosophy and value its current state. As a result of our investigation we identify qualities and criteria’s that should be achieved to satisfy needs of M2M communication in a low bandwidth network. Comparison show that creating new protocol based on CoAP for Ethernet connections and capable to transfer messages using SMS as a transport as well as adding message se-quence feature should solve existing technology gap.
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