AUSTIN, Texas – Oct. 13, 2010 – Freescale Semiconductor announced today it is offering expanded security capabilities for its MQX™ real-time operating system (RTOS) by integrating source code versions of Mocana’s NanoSSL™ and NanoSSH™ software. Freescale customers can download and unlock special MQX-optimized versions of Mocana’s code for just $199 (USD) through Freescale and redistribute an unlimited number of binary copies in their own solutions, royalty-free.
Through this offering, embedded developers will have access to fully supported commercial cryptography solutions with instant online access to source-code versions of the NanoSSL and NanoSSH client software products. Integrated into Freescale’s Processor Expert configuration tool, NanoSSL and NanoSSH allow easy implementation and customization through embedded components and do not require crypto expertise on the part of the developer.Read More
Victor, N.Y. and San Francisco (November 24, 2009)‚ REDCOM Laboratories Inc., a company that designs and manufactures digital and IP-enabled telecommunications systems, today announced a technology partnership with Mocana to secure REDCOM'S TRANSip® IP technology suite. REDCOM announced an agreement to integrate Mocana's NanoSSL™ Advanced™ device integrity software to implement secure SIP over TLS and to encrypt remote administration of REDCOM HDX and SLICE® 2100™ softswitches. Mocana's security technology embedded within these REDCOM platforms protects users from eavesdropping, data theft and VoIP man-in-the-middle attacks by encrypting content and authenticating endpoints at carrier-class traffic volumes and speeds.
TRANSip is a Mocana-secured, fully integrated VoIP and TDM solution available for the REDCOM HDX and SLICE 2100 Carrier Class 4/5 softswitch platforms that incorporates the benefits of TDM and IP technologies. TRANSip provides a SIP Call Controller, Media Gateway, Media Gateway Controller, and a full range of related IP telephony capabilities and features. TRANSip also supports traditional TDM transport and signaling interfaces and features.Read More
A recently discovered bug in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol could affect web servers, browsers and smart cards, as well as embedded devices with SSL-enabled firmware.Read More
Nowhere is device security more crucial than in Defense applications. The mission-critical requirements of defense settings demand a fully integrated security architecture, built from the ground up.Read More