Would you like a chance to win a New Apple iPad (16GB, Wi-Fi) directly from yaSSL? We’re conducting a short SSL survey (10 questions) and giving anyone who completes the survey a chance to enter into our drawing. The prize drawing will be held August 1, 2012, and the contest is limited to one entry per individual.
Begin the survey, here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/585N8LZ (this survey has been closed)
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yaSSL has released a case study highlighting how one of our customers, Cinterion, is using wolfSSL to secure machine-to-machine (M2M) communication modules. This case study highlights the key requirements Cinterion had for securing Machine-to-Machine modules, how wolfSSL was used as a solution to easily secure these modules, and summarizes Cinterion’s thoughts on the project.
Machine-to-Machine communication refers to either wired or wireless communication taking place between devices (such as sensors or meters). To learn more about M2M, you will find the Wikipedia link, below.
You can download the case study directly from the yaSSL website at the following location. If you have any questions about using wolfSSL to secure M2M communication, please contact us at email@example.com.
wolfSSL / Cinterion (M2M) Case Study: http://www.yassl.com/files/casestudy/casestudy_yassl_cinterion.pdf
Wikipedia (Machine-to-Machine): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machine-to-Machine
wolfSSL will soon be getting support for the Cavium NITROX processors, thus enabling wolfSSL users to take advantage of the incredible performance boosts provided by the NITROX family. Cavium’s NITROX processors combine cryptographic acceleration with the latest security algorithms providing an ideal platform for the next generation of security applications.
The NITROX PX family can deliver performance ranging from 500 Mbps to 2.5 Gbps for full IPsec or SSL protocol offload, and anywhere from 4K to 17K RSA operations per second using 1024bit exponent RSA. The NITROX III family can additionally boost IPsec or SSL offload performance to anywhere from 5 Gbps to 40 Gbps, and can provide 35K to 200K RSA operations per second using 1024bit exponent RSA.
Are you interested in using wolfSSL with a Cavium NITROX processor? If so, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NITROX Security Processors: https://www.cavium.com/processor_security.html