Sensinode Launches NanoService Free Trial
Aug 17, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Sensinode, a provider of software that powers the Internet of Things, has announced release of a free Trial version of its NanoService software, a solution for M2M.
According to the Company, the NanoService solution is designed to enable the rapid deployment of challenging M2M systems by providing efficient management of M2M data and allowing applications to be developed using well-understood Web services.
Sensinode noted that the NanoService Trial download package includes a trial version of NanoService Platform, a versatile Node Emulator and the Connected Home Reference Application configured in a demo.
NanoService software is based on the latest IETF standards for efficient M2M communications including the Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) and Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) and can be run on any IP-based device over IP networks ranging from 6LoWPAN to Cellular M2M. The Company said that the software is well suited for use in ZigBee Smart Energy 2.0, ETSI M2M and other standard Web based environments. Sensinode has demonstrated the use of NanoService software in multi-vendor environments for ETSI M2M, in IPSO Alliance Interop and in ETSI Plugfests.
The Company added that Sensinode NanoService software is also available under two commercial licenses: Developer and Enterprise. The Developer license provides a feature set suitable for development and piloting, whereas the Enterprise license is full featured including DTLS security, clustering and load balancing for any size deployments.
"We are excited to expose NanoService technology to an increasingly large customer base with the new Free Trial," says Zach Shelby, Sensinode co-founder. "This complements the excitement we have already seen for NanoServices with key customers and partners."
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