IoT Testbed Award 2018

Infosim® wins Testbed Award on “Secure Device Provisioning – Intel and Arm Devices” at the IoT Solutions Congress in Barcelona 2018

Würzburg/Austin/Singapore, October 19th, 2018

We are pleased to announce that the joint solution team of Intel, ARM, Hitachi and Infosim® won the Testbed Award at the IoT Solutions Congress in Barcelona!

Key to demonstrate was the automated, secure IoT device and application “plug-and-play” start-up (provisioning, activation, and monitoring).
Cross-platform provisioning – any device to any cloud!

Within this testbed, we at Infosim® are responsible for one of the key roles, the automation of SDO-based IoT gateway recognition, IoT gateway device provisioning, and IoT gateway operations start-up and monitoring by interworking with Intel SDO. Our solution StableNet® is a perfect fit for this challenging task.

IoT Testbed Award men woman group

“Secure Device Provisioning – Intel and Arm Devices”

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IoT Solutions Awards 2018

Global Webinar Day – January 31st, 2019

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