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CENTRI IoTAS Delivers Chip to Cloud IoT Security with STMicroelectronics

By Ken Briodagh September 06, 2017

In a recent release, CENTRI, a provider of advanced security for the Internet of Things, announced its CENTRI IoTAS platform’s compatibility with the STMicroelectronics STM32 microcontroller family based on ARM Cortex-M processor cores. CENTRI completed and demonstrated two proofs of concept on the STM32 platform to protect all application data in motion from chipset to public Cloud using CENTRI IoTAS.

CENTRI Internet of Things Advanced Security (IoTAS) for secure communications was used in an application on an STM32L476RC device with connected server applications running on both Microsoft Azure and Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Clouds. The proofs of concept used wireless connections to showcase the real-world applicability of IoT device communications in the field and to highlight the value of IoTAS compression and encryption.

IoTAS uses hardware-based ID to establish secure device authentication on the initial connection. The solution features patented single-pass data encryption and optimization for maximum security while providing optimal efficiency and speed of data transmissions. The small footprint of IoTAS combined with the flexibility and compute power of the STM32 platform with seamless interoperability into the world's most popular Cloud services provides device makers a complete, secure chip-to-Cloud IoT platform.

"Our goal is to remove barriers for IoT innovators to get to market sooner and deliver more secure products," said Tony Keirouz, Vice President IoT Strategy, Ecosystem & Partnerships, STMicroelectronics. "CENTRI IoTAS running on the STM32 platform offers our customers a new choice for securing devices and data to build secure Cloud-connected IoT products."                    


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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