CableLabs subsidiary Kyrio, Microchip and Legrand recently released a white paper last week on how to secure IoT devices.
Multichannel News covers CableLabs’ subsidiary Kyrio and different business growth opportunities the company is tackling in and outside the cable industry.
Broadband Technology Report covers Kyrio’s recent announcement that it is the first certificate authority and a Microchip Security Design Partner.
CableLabs’ for-profit unit Kyrio has announced a partnership with Microchip Technology to develop embedded security for internet of things devices.
Multichannel News’ Jeff Baumgartner covers Kyrio and Microchip Technology’s recent partnership on IoT device security.
octoScope® recently announced that Kyrio, a provider of unique testing solutions for network technology services, will use its octoBox® personal testbeds in their testing services.
CableLabs has launched a qualification testing process that aims to ensure interoperability between Remote PHY Devices (RPDs) that are made by multiple vendors.
The WBA launched the Carrier Wireless Service Certification (CWSC) program. Kyrio is ready to accept devices for certification testing.
Kyrio, the for-profit unit of CableLabs, recently took over the certification testing for the cable industry’s Colorado-based R&D group and is implementing new processes and pricing for DOCSIS 3.1-based products.
Kyrio, a provider of unique testing solutions for network technology services, is proud to congratulate Tekoia for having one of the first client applications certified by the Open Connectivity Foundation.