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NXP Introduces Modular IoT Gateway Solution with Multi-Protocol Compatibility


New Secure Solution Includes a Wide Range of Connectivity Options and NFC Commissioning


NXP Semiconductors has released a Modular IoT Gateway Solution for large node networks (LNNs) with pre-integrated, tested and RF certified support for a wide array of wireless communications protocols including Thread, ZigBee and Wi-Fi. This range of capability allows developers to easily build out gateways based on this solution, using their choice of wireless protocols for end-to-end wireless communications in LNN configurations with supporting cloud options such as Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Click for Larger Image - NXP Introduces Modular IoT Gateway Solution with Multi-Protocol Compatibility Operators of smart commercial buildings and smart industrial environments deploying massive mesh networks need to be able to commission, control and monitor thousands of end nodes. Built on a fully-supported, open source Linux platform running on the latest i.MX processors, the robust Modular IoT Gateway addresses this demand by connecting Thread and ZigBee-based end node devices securely with the cloud through Wi-Fi or Ethernet. In addition, local intelligence enables time critical responses and operation even when cloud connectivity is not available.

“With over 15 years of experience working with demanding wireless industrial as well as automatic meter reading and automatic meter infrastructure large node network applications, we learned that network security, flexibility, interoperability, scaling and robustness are critical to LNN commercial success,” says Robert Assimiti, Co-Founder and CTO of Centero. “Consequently, for Centero's emerging innovations using Thread for LNN applications such as lighting, we are basing designs on the NXP Modular IoT Gateway Solution.”

Robust Security for Protecting IoT Devices

The Modular IoT Gateway Solution addresses stringent network security requirements to protect user and system data through encrypted wireless communications which prevents unauthorized access, as well as interception, man-in-the-middle and replay attacks. Thread-based devices are authenticated to the network through the EC-JPAKE DTLS protocol which prevents passphrases from being leaked or reverse engineered. Thread and ZigBee messages use AES encryption for base level security at their respective mesh network layers, while offering flexible support for applications to add additional end-to-end security layers.

The Modular IoT Gateway also provides access to the advanced security capabilities of the i.MX application processor, including high assurance boot (HAB), secure key storage, secure JTAG, external tamper detection for passive and active events, and internal tamper detection for voltage, glitch and differential power analysis protection. Encryption software including OpenSSL is accelerated via the Cryptographic Acceleration and Assurance Module (CAAM). Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) support is available as an NXP Professional Services Product.

Simplified NFC Commissioning for Large Node Networks

Commercial installations with thousands of nodes can leverage the built-in secure NFC tap-and-connect capabilities through the gateway. Using a smart phone application, end nodes can be quickly and securely commissioned to the network, even when the device that is being installed is not powered, which is common in smart buildings and industrial, as well as smart connected cities, oil and gas fields and agriculture installations.

A Complete Solution for Quick Deployment

NXP’s complete Modular IoT Gateway reference design includes critical building blocks for quick customization and application deployment including production ready hardware, schematics, bill of materials and fully documented software. Designers can evaluate, develop, prototype, iterate, field test, install and maintain LNNs for commercial settings starting with the Modular IoT Gateway Solutions platform.

“The IoT revolution is driving new requirements for our customers, and pushes the limits of their design teams,” said Denis Cabrol, director of global marketing for NXP’s microcontroller business line. “With NXP’s Modular IoT Gateway, it’s possible to develop secure and connected applications within months, without the need to hire a team of connectivity and security experts.”




The company's Web site address is NXP.com
[Reprinted with kind permission from NXP - Release Date, 8th November, 2016]


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