Wibu-Systems to Appear at embedded world and Exhibit with Collaborators

January 24, 2019 Laura Dolan

Edmonds, WA.  Wibu-Systems will be appearing at embedded world in Nuremberg, Germany, from February 26 to 28 zeroing in on applying secure license management to electronic systems, distributed intelligence, IIoT, e-mobility, and energy efficiency. They can be found in Hall 4, Booth 360.
 
They will also be presenting with OSADL in Hall 4, Booth 168, as they explain the significance of monetizing digital knowledge and raise the quality of their code. 

The SD Association’s group will exhibit hardware secure elements in Hall 3A, Booth 524. Wibu-Systems’ Senior Consultant, Licensing and Protection, Guenther Fisher, is hosting a daily in-booth seminar from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm, Tuesday through Thursday entitled: “Enabling new business models with industrial grade CmCards and CodeMeter security.” 
 
In Hall 3A, Booth 528, the Trusted Computing Group’s booth, TCG member companies OnBoard Security, Wibu-Systems, and Wind River will exhibit IoT and embedded security solutions. Guenther Fischer will appear once more February 26 and 27, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, revealing how to oversee licenses with CodeMeter using Trusted Platform Modules as alternative safe repositories for encrypted code keys.
 
Wind River, appearing in Hall 4A, Booth 320, will be working with Wibu-Systems to offer a VxWorks solution that includes integrity protection, authenticity, IP and copy protection, certificate management, license and entitlement management, and hardware, software, and cloud-based key storage.
 
“Technology and commercial partnerships go hand in hand: the more we develop a holistic view about the use cases for our CodeMeter, the all-in-one technology for IP protection and secure license lifecycle management, the more we are able to provide specific tools to the embedded community that are easy to integrate with the environments they have already selected and continue to trust,” said Stefan Bamberg, Wibu-Systems’ Senior Key Account and Partner Manager.

For more information, please visit www.wibuusa.com.

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