Embedded World 2016: Securing embedded IoT applications with secure storage and IPv6

February 11, 2016 OpenSystems Media

HCC Embedded focuses on ensuring that data stored or communicated by an embedded IoT application is secure, safe, and reliable. Built on its expertise in flash technology, secure communications, and functional-safety software process, HCC’s communications and storage software products protect critical data with the highest possible level of care and diligence.
At Embedded World 2016, HCC will announce one of the world’s first fully embedded IPv6 implementations running on Texas Instruments Hercules safety processor, an IPSec module to extend the security of their network stack, and an OSEK RTOS abstraction, which will make all of HCC’s storage and communications software “drop-in” compatible with automotive applications.
Within the Embedded World 2016 arena, developers can visit the HCC stand (4-104) to see IPv6 running on the Hercules safety processor and observe the benefits of well-designed software as demonstrated with STM32 benchmarking.
David Brook is director of sales and marketing at HCC Embedded.
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David Brook, HCC Embedded
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