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Securing IOT networks

Southampton Science Park company, Multiple Access Communications (MAC) is participating in SYNERGIA, a £2.2m Innovate UK-funded project led by Toshiba which aims to make IOT networks more secure.

SYNERGIA brings together a world-class collaborative effort to devise, develop and demonstrate a secure endpoint-to-core IoT platform for large scale networks of low power, resource constrained devices.

The consortium covers all three tiers of IoT architecture – endpoints, edge, and backend. MAC will lead use case and end-node development, bringing its expertise in IoT applications and wireless sensor design to the project. The team will work alongside experts in secure configuration management for IoT systems (Configured Things), security architectures for battery-powered resource-constrained devices (Ioetec, University of Bristol), and distributed artificial intelligence and edge processing (Smartia and Toshiba Europe).

Multiple Access Communications is a contract research and development company specialising in the analysis, evaluation, design and development of advanced mobile radio technologies and equipment. It has been serving the public safety communications community, pioneering IoT and the development of wireless sensor networks for over 15 years.

Find out more about Multiple Access Communications and other innovative Southampton Science Park businesses by  visting our business directory or explore one of our award winning available Southampton business properties suited  for your company 

www.macltd.com

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