The ioXt Alliance has announced that SOLiD’s Distributed Antenna System (DAS) DMS-1200 Controller has been certified through ioXt’s certification program.
The certification was given after SOLiD met rigorous standards as part of the ioXt Alliance’s program, advancing efforts to improve the security of IoT and other connected devices.
“We’re dedicated to providing excellent experiences for in-building mobile users, and security plays a core, critical role in creating greater confidence among our customers and partners,” said Slavko Djukic, VP of product line management and technology for the Americas at SOLiD. “This industry-backed certification by ioXt Alliance validates our commitment to security and keeping consumers safe.”
“SOLiD’s proactive step in certifying its DAS controller to meet our industry-led standards, raises the bar for security and privacy commitments in the industry,” said Rebecca Onaitis, director of IoT at the ioXt Alliance. “SOLiD’s products and services are built with security from the beginning, giving customers — arenas, airports, corporate buildings and more — some added peace of mind.”
Founded on eight core pledge principles that define product security, product upgradability and consumer transparency, the ioXt Alliance describes its work as aiming to harmonize global security regulations to provide clear guidelines for quantifying the optimal level of security needed for a specific device within a certain location and product category. Once a device meets or exceeds the requirements after testing, it receives the ioXt SmartCert label.
The SOLiD DAS DMS-1200 Controller provides an enterprise level interface between the fiber optic DAS and Network Operations Center (NOC). The DMS-1200 gathers vital system information and data from the DAS network to communicate, and through this certification, it has been verified that the information is protected.
Founded by leading technology and product manufacturing firms, including Google, Amazon, T-Mobile, Comcast and more, the ioXt Alliance claims to be the only industry-led, global IoT product security and certification program in the world.