Device Authority joins Dell Internet of Things solutions partner program

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Device Authority, a global provider of security automation and data protection for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Gartner Cool Vendor 2016, announced that it has become a Dell IoT Solutions Partner.

The Dell IoT Solutions Partner Program is a multi-tiered ecosystem of domain experts aligned with a mission to enable IoT solutions that are secure, manageable, easy to deploy, and deliver clear ROI in areas such as improved efficiency, productivity, safety, and user experience.

The program enables Independent Software Vendors like Device Authority service providers and OEMs to select the right partners to deploy scalable, differentiated solutions with Dell’s broad portfolio of IoT-enabling technologies.

“Robust, scalable security is crucial to customer success in the IoT market,” said Jason Shepherd, director, IoT Strategy and Partnerships, Dell. “Device Authority is able to automate the onboarding and authentication of devices for customers using PKI while providing industry standard data centric crypto. As a result, customers using Dell’s Edge Gateway 5000 Series and future products can deploy faster and more secure solutions across a variety of verticals and use cases.”

Darron Antill, CEO of Device Authority
Darron Antill, CEO of Device Authority

Device Authority are currently one of the select few security platforms in the Dell program.

“We are excited about this key partnership with Dell. Customers are struggling with deploying security solutions across their IoT devices and our partnership with Dell helps address this challenge. Companies across different industries including Industrial, Healthcare and Smart Energy will be able to benefit from this partnership”, said Darron Antill, CEO of Device Authority. The new video http://www.deviceauthority.com/dell-5000-gateway-demo shows this in action.

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