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RoweBots Research Has New Security Suite

By Ed Silverstein November 26, 2013

Rowe Bots Research has come up with a security suite for Unison RTOS (real-time operating systems) offering many features.

The Waterloo, Canada-based company is a supplier of secure solutions for the Internet of Everything (IoE) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. “With these Internet of Everything or machine to machine communications security features, all aspects of securing devices are covered ensuring that products are difficult to penetrate,” according to a company statement. “The complete security comes not as an after thought add on but rather as a comprehensive strategy to cover all the bases with seamless integration into the Unison RTOS.”

And Unison RTOS offers off-the-shelf options such as network communication security, which features using Transport Layer Security (TLS.) Also, it provides virtual private network security (VPN), which features Internet Protocol Security (IPSec.) In addition, there is an option for secure login using Secure Shell (SSH). Or, there is secure file transfer using Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). Other security options are: encrypted e-mail and secure mail server links, secure web server, secure management, secure boot, filtering; and encryption or decryption for data and logging.

“This complement of features is unsurpassed for developing and deploying secure low cost, high volume Internet of Everything applications to many,” the company adds in the statement.

In addition, when it comes to Original Equipment Manufacturers – RoweBots provides products and services to OEM developers for IoT or M2M communications, the company adds.

The news follows the announcement last year how RoweBots Research – which supplies small embedded Linux compatible RTOS products – released Unison Version 5.2 and Unison Version 4.2, an open source version. “These two ultra-tiny embedded-Linux compatible RTOSs unleash new application possibilities for a broad set of ST Microelectronics STM32 MCUs,” the company said in the announcement. “Offering Linux and POSIX compatible development with substantially enhanced connectivity features, Unison 5.2 unprecedented easy of adoption and elimination of training.”




Edited by Cassandra Tucker

IoTevolutionworld Contributor

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