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|Morning all. Just catching up with yesterday's finds. Great work. Another one to throw in the mix.Don't be surprised to hear this one mentioned soon ;)http://www.microchip.com|
bobs good eye
|It is astonishing really that there is no apparent interest in tern equity just read the article in Mr Routhorns link I am amazed by what da are doing. The website insight tech is intel sponsored.|
|Worth a re-post -
Is it not blindingly obvious, from just today's excellent finds alone, that there is far more going on with DA than meets the eye and does it not strongly suggest that DA has, in Keyscaler, a product that is both wanted and needed by some very big names to solve critical security issues?
Most small tech companies struggle to get their foot into any meaningful door.
They don't breeze into the heart of cutting edge operations conducted by multiple world class companies.
'Coiled spring' doesn't even begin to describe the disconnect between the progress DA is making and the Tern share price.|
|cost 1.12p market 8p some taking the money & run-------don't blame them ,market says nothing to hang on for, no good for tern supporters club, its a bloody disgrace.|
The only thing you have to hold on tight for is insolvency.
Siddle28 Mar '17 - 22:16 - 62481 of 62481 1 0
It's all looking good I agree, just it all seems to going over my head as there appears to be so much happening with DA. Hang on tight..|
|He's thick siddle|
|It's all looking good I agree, just it all seems to going over my head as there appears to be so much happening with DA. Hang on tight..|
|We are not talking about that though siddle, so why bring that up?
Everyone could see what today's trades are, not great reading, buys at under mid and no quotes to sell online, no wonder the dam bust and we saw sub 8p. I wonder what it will do tomorrow?|
|By the way, that Harvester is he just thick or putting it on?|
|8.11p trades were all buys so if you ignore the first two 70k trades and the big ones at the end, then sure Sweepie is spot on with his analysis...|
|Sweepie, looks like so much going on, you snooze you lose imho.
With almost daily glimpses of the DA ecosystem being revealed.|
|Sweepie, I've been vocal about an update but, based on what I'm reading today (Intel)+ various partnership posted since December and with my rose tinted specs on, I do wonder if the issue is they are maxed out with product development,partnership integration and sales promotion? They have a small staff base and what appears to be huge product interest/ take up..
That's my optimistic self justification- if everything we,re reading translates to royalty revenues then this time next year we'll be laughing at the angst we portrayed.
Who said investment and picking a winner was easy.Can we buy £1 coins for 8.5p now? Who knows but we will know within 12-18 months.|
|Why were you not honest before?|
|Dave I will be honest im also in KENV and was going to take some off the table a few days back but decided to stay :) good things going on there so will keep my position open.
Got more funds so you will see my 30k first thing AM|
|It does feel like DA is the missing cog here.
In most potential IoT applications for EPID, it's the endpoint devices, not the servers, that need to get attested anonymously. That is, a device needs to prove to the server that it is the specific device that it says it is, so that the server can authorize some action that the device wants to perform.
"For that, EPID-compatible hardware needs to be in processor chips in the IoT endpoint devices," said Hoffenberg. "A sizeable portion of Intel-based servers produced in the past five years already have the necessary secure hardware and would just need software that enables EPID to be able to remotely attest the endpoints."|
|Goldfinger did not see your 30k buy as it never existed so doubt you will buy anything tomorrow|
|I like it :)Will be buying more tomorrow for sure.|
|Info on Intel EPID.
So that's 2 new DA/Keyscaler integrations highlighted today both of which look very significant indeed.|
|Enhancing the Trust Anchor
Device Authority is also involved in Intel®'s Zero Touch Onboarding for IoT program, where “headless̶1; devices can be powered on to locate and automatically onboard to IoT management platforms. This uses a technology called Intel® Enhanced Privacy ID (EPID), which is a fixed-device identity discoverable by software.
In this model, Device Authority will receive the anonymous device registration and EPID hardware identity and begin to manage the operational authentication lifecycle for the device. Together, these form a continuous hardware-enforced trust anchor from activation to operation. The combination of EPID hardware identity and Device Authority dynamic key technologies provide ongoing end-to-end operational security for IoT devices, enabling policy-driven access control and data protection for IoT applications and services.|
|Mike: I've just come across this, and with video at bottom of article page:
Intel Quark is an embedded system-on-a-chip (SoC) processor design intended for smaller mobile devices like wearable computers.
As with their counterparts in elementary particles, Quark is smaller than Atom. The Quark processor is said to be a fifth of the size of Atom and draw a tenth of the power
Edit: apologies - old article. Please see happydays and Still Waiting information (Still Waiting will not be waiting much longer at this rate :-)|
|All in the insight article link from happydays.|
|Processing Power Sufficient for IoT Security
Cloud IoT application developers tackle these three security strategies listed above in a variety of ways. For example, the KeyScaler Platform by Device Authority manages policy-based encryption, secures software upgrades by enforcing trust, and uses a unique approach to device authentication. The KeyScaler Platform is lightweight and efficient; it was recently used in a medical application running on the Intel® Quark™ SE C1000 Microcontroller (formerly Atlas Peak).
The C1000 suits this application well, as it supports a 32-MHz, 32-bit processor with a floating-point unit. It has 8 kbytes of one-time programmable memory. The JTAG lock and read/write access controller can shut down unauthorized access to an on-die non-volatile memory.
With a low-power footprint, it is ideal for small IoT devices and supports an industrial temperature profile, allowing it to be used outdoors. Most important, it has the processing power required to execute security algorithms like the KeyScaler Platform algorithm for registering and authenticating devices.|