Kodaro and ioTium Preview New Secure, Zero-Touch Building Automation Software for Niagara 4 on the Dell Edge Gateway 5000

ioTium, a Silicon Valley start-up extending the Industrial IoT and Kodaro, the Bay Area software start-up for smart buildings, today announced that they will preview their joint solution, Niagara4Dell, during the Niagara Forum London March 26-28. This application is the world’s first zero-touch, secure, cloud-ready Niagara 4 solution on the Dell Edge Gateway. The solution introduces new capabilities to dramatically increase building automation efficiency including one-click deployment at scale to remote sites while ensuring complete security of all building automation endpoints.

“We’re excited to showcase the first application of Niagara 4 on the Dell Edge Gateway,” said Larry Andriunas, Kodaro president. “The IoT has brought many questions to the building automation industry and we think we’ve answered a big one with this new secure cloud-based software that opens up the possibilities of Niagara on the promising Edge Gateway.”

“Security has been a challenge for deploying industrial Internet of Things applications. Users need to have easy access without usernames/passwords and need to be able to manage their sites remotely at scale,” said Ron Victor, founder and CEO of ioTium. “Our joint solution enables these things and more by enabling secure cloud connectivity with absolutely no changes to enterprise IT security policies/firewalls, and no need for on-field technicians or truck rolls.”

The end-to-end solution creates a secure perimeter around the building automation devices to prevent breaches and eliminate the possibility of DDOS attacks.

Kodaro and ioTium will be holding preview demonstrations of the joint solution at the Niagara Forum London at the Park Plaza Westminster. The Niagara Forum is bi-annual event designed to…

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