Lantronix Extends Multi-Year License Agreement of Mocana's Security of Things Platform
FREMONT, CA: Mocana, a firm dealing with IoT security software has revealed that Lantronix will be renewing a multi-year licensing contract for Mocana's Security of Things Platform. Lantronix has currently deployed Mocana's built-in security platform to boost the features of IoT security in one of its IT management solutions.
From life-critical systems to home gateways, Mocana’s software offers a vivid range of solutions in the field of IoT security. "Mocana's production-ready, secure, stable platform has helped us to get enhanced security features to market faster," says Daryl Miller, Vice President of engineering, Lantronix.
Lantronix is a networking company that delivers smart IoT and M2M solutions for organizations across the world. The company’s products offer device management, secure connectivity and mobility for the modern connected world. With effective management of devices and machines, the firm allows customers to realize the enormous possibilities of the Internet of Things. Intelligent and robust deployment of solutions for mission critical applications are also offered through wide range of industries such as data centers, transportation, finance, retail and government.
Mocana’s Security of Things Platform stages an OS-independent, high-performance, high-assurance and ultra-optimized security solution for any device. The Platform is being implemented on a large scale by various IoT device designers who understand the complexity surrounding the solution while attempting to find architectural freedom from it.
"We are thrilled to have Lantronix, a leader in IoT enablement solutions, renew their license agreement with us. Lantronix is driving the move to ensure that all IoT devices are secure, and it is great to be a part of creating a more secure connected world," states Peter Graham, VP, Mocana.
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