Kontron Incorporates High Level Integrated Security in the IoT Platform
FREMONT, CA: Kontron, a firm offering Embedded Computing Technology (ECT) has implemented high end integrated security into its IoT (Internet of Things) partner ecosystem. Each network layer is incorporated with the new security platform, making it highly sophisticated and secure. The company also announced its alliance with SQLstream for analytics, and Wibu for security, focusing to include device management features and all the other components essential in various IoT user applications and platforms.
“With Kontron’s new IoT ready and deeply integrated middleware software stacks on all our products, we fulfill our vision of being the most trusted embedded computer technology partner,” said Rolf Schwirz, CEO, Kontron.
Kontron is trying to collaborate with the leading software, hardware and communications security providers across the globe to enhance the overall security capabilities in IoT. The collaborations will elevate the company’s middleware architecture with the leading IoT technology providers, assuring cutting edge product compatibility. Benefitting from the rapid expansion of partner ecosystem, the firm will be able to develop functionality modules, initiating an innovative approach for its IoT solutions. The company also forged real-time analytics software to alert users about the suspected unauthorized access attempts in the network.
Kontron is a trusted advisor in IoT and well versed in the embedded computing technology. The firm assists its customers to effectively focus on their core technologies by providing a complete and integrated portfolio of softwares, hardwares and services. They serve in a wide range of industries including Automation, Avionics, Communications, Defense, Energy, Infotainment, Medical and Transportation.
“The partnerships with Wibu and SQLstream reinforce and complement our end to end IoT solution and together we can ensure security and remove complexity for our customers in this new exciting and technologically challenging IoT world,” adds Rolf.
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