Internet of Things

Samsung’s Smart IoT Products Accelerate Company Go To Market

Samsung Electronics announced Tuesday (May 16) new and advanced SAMSUNG ARTIK Smart IoT platform products that will help companies get to market faster with more secure offerings and services, improve return on investment and bring IoT another step closer to Samsung’s vision of intelligent things.

In a press release, the South Korean electronics giant, said the advanced SAMSUNG ARTIK platform includes new end-to-end enterprise-grade security enhancements and now enables easy-to-use, secure services for device onboarding, device and user management, edge node management, and secure OTA updates. Samsung is also introducing the new SAMSUNG ARTIK 053 module that will equip a new class of connected products with capabilities, and SAMSUNG ARTIK QuickStart, a design and development support program that will help customers and partners jumpstart their IoT businesses by making it easier and faster for companies to deliver secure IoT solutions.

“We believe security and interoperability are critical to enabling next-gen IoT products that can connect to and work with many different devices and services,” said James Stansberry, senior vice president and U.S. Head of ARTIK, Samsung Electronics, in the press release. “A smart, powerful IoT platform is key to fostering an interoperable and, most importantly, secure ecosystem. That is why we developed the SAMSUNG ARTIK™ Smart IoT platform from the ground up with end-to-end security and why we continue to integrate new security enhancements across hardware, software, cloud and communications.”

According to Samsung, the SAMSUNG ARTIK Smart IoT platform makes it easier for businesses to securely activate, monitor, track and add new functionality to products after deployment. Together, with advanced SAMSUNG ARTIK cloud connectors and device orchestration and management tools, these new services will increase the capabilities of connected products, promote secure interoperability and elevate the value of customer solutions that depend on the interoperability of things, Samsung said.


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