aLASKA DEVICE MANAGEMENT pLATFORM
+Completeness: Full IoT lifecycle management from bootstrapping to de-commissioning.
+Scalability: Micro-service architecture scales to need.
+Security: OSCORE, key provisioning, and end-to-end encryption and authentication optimized for constrained environments.
+Flexibility: Native front-end or leverage device management services via multi-tiered RESTful API.
+Abstraction: Partially or fully retransmit firmware upgrades as required, never degrading operational capabilities.
+Standardized: The Open Mobile Alliance’s Lightweight M2M device management protocol was specifically designed to support IoT deployments using low-power WAN.
ALASKA CORE SERVICES
Alaska’s origins date back to 2013 when IoTerop’s co-founder David Navarro joined the Open Mobile Alliance as a contributor to the Lightweight M2M protocol.
IoTerop’s co-founders held a strong belief, “device management starts with efficient services on the device.” The award-winning, IOWA SDK, addressed this challenge.
However, with each client engagement, it became clear, large-scale IoT deployments required specific services to manage operational costs. Nobody had created a device management platform optimized for the most constrained devices and low-power, wide-area networks.
Alaska’s exacting focus on reducing operational overhead is the culmination of man-decades of engineering experience and countless customer engagements.
Alaska is not currently publicly available.
Please contact IoTerop if you would like to learn more about Alaska.