|Best news for ages, looks like it won't be long before the greater market catches on to what we have here.
Like this bit ....For the last two years we realized that security is the key to volume deployment in the Industrial IoT space. We chose Device Authority as our end-to-end solution as their technology is best of breed,|
|Looks like post 48866 will probably be in an RNS tomorrow. If it is expect fireworks.|
|Can we get any bigger,we have a rolling thunder of positive news,as soon as the placing shares are sorted 30p in short time imo|
|Tully'Almost every paragraph worthy of close review.'Hold a shed load here, all paid for.Had I no position, I would be buying like mad - placing shares or no placing shares, after scrutinising those paragraphs!!!|
|Re Post 48866
Any thoughts on the implications of the phrase "FutureProof IIoT" as used by Stratus IoT Solutions in the sentence below?
"Leveraging our partnerships with major silicon manufacturers, we execute FutureProof IIoT based on the next generation product roadmaps of venders such as STM, Broadcom, Qualcomm, Marvell, and Cypress."|
|Excellent news today.
Includes comments from Darron Antill.
Almost every paragraph worthy of close review.
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT NEWS. UPDATED 14 MINUTES AGO. (at around 9.00pm Oct 25, 2016)
StratusIoTsolutions & Device Authority Secure Industrial IoT Edge Devices
SratusIoTsolutions partners with Device Authority to secure Industrial IoT edge devices Device Authority, a global leader in policy and device-driven security for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Gartner Cool Vendor 2016, has today announced that they have entered into a partnership with StratusIoTsolutions, an emerging leader in OEM connectivity for intelligent edge devices.
StratusIoTsolutions is using Device Authority’s KeyScaler platform technology for their On Chip Crypto and Wormhole technology, which delivers secure and robust connectivity from edge devices to the Enterprise Cloud.
“For the last two years we realized that security is the key to volume deployment in the Industrial IoT space. We chose Device Authority as our end-to-end solution as their technology is best of breed, and so is their technical vision”, said Jeff Seward, CEO of StratusIoTsolutions.
As an authorized design partner for top chip manufacturers using ARM cores, StratusIoTsolutions is planning to integrate Device Authority directly into the silicon, speeding up the time to market and reducing cost and risk.
“We are delighted to partner with StratusIoTsolutions to solve the need for security at the edge device, while also supporting IoT scale,” said Darron Antill, CEO of Device Authority. “Our customers can leverage StratusIoTsolutions’ expertise with security on chip and embedded operating systems,” he added.
Stratus and Device Authority are working together to provide the security for the new POE vibration sensor going into Industrial environments.
StratusIoTsolutions is a privately held company based in Atlanta, GA with engineering headquarters in Vermont. Founded by engineers, Stratus is an OEM Technology company focused on the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things). Leveraging our partnerships with major silicon manufacturers, we execute FutureProof IIoT based on the next generation product roadmaps of venders such as STM, Broadcom, Qualcomm, Marvell, and Cypress.|
|Cambridge, UK, Oct. 25, 2016 - ARM has released its most comprehensive product suite ever to deliver new levels of security, efficiency, low-power connectivity and device life cycle management for the Internet of Things (IoT). With new processors, radio technology, subsystems, end-to-end security and a cloud-based services platform, ARM is aiming to increase the rate at which IoT scales globally."As IoT technologies become more pervasive, it is time for a complete solution that secures data from the sensor to the service," said Pete Hutton, executive vice president and president of product groups, ARM. "ARM partners shipped a record 15 billion chips last year, many destined for smart embedded applications. The IoT already runs on ARM but the goal now is scale, which we are enabling today through a uniquely comprehensive set of technologies and services built to work together seamlessly."|
|There are 2 major developments out of today's news. Firstly DA security is being installed on the silicon. Absolutely huge and wide ranging. Secondly and perhaps less obvious are the implications of the vibration sensor part of that news. Let me explain my thoughts on that. Wireless sensors already exist. But they are expensive, thought to be less reliable than hard wired monitors, and are seen by many industries as posing security risks. Many industries will install them only on equipment whose failure would have significant cost impacts. With security embedded on the chips that will take care of the security issues. If Analog Devices can resolve the cost and reliability issues then industry will buy these sensors for less critical equipment. That will significantly increase the take up versus today. And I see the vibration sensor as a prototype for flow, pressure, temperature sensors etc. At the moment the target is probably lower criticality sensors used for monitoring. But these make up typically 30-40% of all sensors in an industrial plant. A small refinery will have 20-30,000 sensors in total. I expect that the less critical sensors will be wireless in the future. The typical cost of industrial sensors is $500-$1000. Total cost to installeach sensor is about 3-4 times that. Huge incentive for industry to buy into the technology if Analog Devices get this right. The prototypes with DA installed are tip of the iceberg. I'm guessing that this might be the recent contract announcement. If this prototype works the roll out will be spectacular.|
|SW, starting to look like it isn't it?
Seems to me that Mr Sisto and the team have been way busier and way smarter than even I'd imagined.|
|SW m8, I wonder if Dev A could encrypt my kitchen sink :) reckon they'd give it a good go|
|IoT Platforms- - tick
Gateways - tick
CA 's -tick
Complete domination of IoT .....|
|1hr agoADI & @DellEMC are partnering to protect first responders w/ new POC #IoT vest worn during emergency situations: ow.ly/LUxI305wqAMBusy bees today ADIThey announced this after the DA deal to use are technology ..are we involved Everything Is moving so fast|
|The bigger picture is looking very big indeed.
Mike Routhorn25 Oct '16 - 16:25 - 48843 of 48858 8 0
Does anyone have anything else on this statement -
'Stratus and Device Authority are working together to provide the security for the new POE vibration sensor going into Industrial environments.'
This appears to be a quantum leap on top of the quantum leap to have DA embedded in chips.|
|Anyways we have a private company here in Device Authority with a clear roadmap to unicorn status and with TERN's recent percentage increase and controlling stake I feel Tern itself will become a bid target rather than the subsidiary. What do others think? Why buy DA when one can buy Tern for peanuts unless of course there is a huge massive rerate. Looks like a win-win place to be.|
|Mr Beavers I must admit to being a total numpty for not reading your post correctly the first time and not seeing the 'dark side' comment at the end. My apologies Sir I thought you were defending that Maca idiot. Have a very good evening too.|
|What do you think? "Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) today announced it is collaborating with ARM to provide ultralow power microcontrollers (MCUs) that enable more secure and energy efficient Internet of Things (IoT) based devices. By combining ADI's innovative ultralow power mixed- signal technology with the new ARM® Cortex®-M33 processor featuring ARM TrustZone technology, ADI is addressing the growing need for data security in power-constrained IoT applications. As the world becomes increasingly connected, securing every node is critical to extending the growth of IoT adoption."|
|Tech ip. Re post 48832. I posted the link to provide evidence that the poster in question would seem to be a shorter. I also know from past experience of his posting that he is drawn to shares that have experienced big rises, and that he likes to bait the how shall we say 'optimistic'. I only posted it because I thought it may be of interest. I only ever post bits on this board that I think may be helpful, and don't resort to calling people names. I really don't see why that would make me numpty. Enjoy your evening.|
|Im hopeful Qualcomm appear somewhere in the mix with that November DA and Qualcomm talk etc|
|So Stratus IOt are embedding DA into their Silicon
We can safely say that Analog Dev and ARM will accordingly be also.
I've always said "DA INSIDE" it will be another ARM on the Security Side.
Valuation - Billions.|
Analog Devices, Inc. and Dell EMC today unveiled a proof of concept (POC) for an Internet of Things (IoT) solution that tracks the health and location of first responders. The POC IoT solution is designed to improve the safety and effectiveness of first responders when involved in an emergency situation, especially those in harsh environments. According to the National Fire Protection Association, more than 60,000 fire fighter injuries in North America alone are reported annually, of which 25 percent are as a result of overexertion or strain.
The POC IoT solution tracks the location and vital signs of first responders at all times in or outside of buildings. A smart, wearable sensor-equipped vest is worn by personnel to monitor useful health metrics including breathing rate, breathing volume, and heart rate. A connected boot tracks location and movement. By identifying potential worker health issues immediately and tracking lone workers via these metrics, emergency teams can be healthier, safer, and more efficient. All the relevant vest and boot data are collected by an edge gateway device and relayed via a mobile network to a private, secure cloud. The results from multiple personnel are then displayed on a portal via a dashboard for access by control teams who may be at the emergency site or in a central control location. The data is analyzed to monitor worker health and enable a fast response to ensure their safety. Historical analysis of vital signs over multiple responses safeguards continued welfare of safety personnel.|
|Yes, looks like Analog Devices used by Stratus.|
|Nice !!!only just seen the news on here StratusIoTsolutions is using Device Authority's KeyScaler platform technology for their On Chip Crypto and Wormhole technology, which delivers secure and robust connectivity from edge devices to the Enterprise Cloud.|
|Just 36 million to offload, going nowhere.|
|Remember post 48844 in the years to come......|
|.... that will be worth another 0.25p on the price then :-)|