Intel® Secure Device Onboard (Intel® SDO)
Place, Power, Provision
Today, customers are struggling with “hard-coded,” manual provisioning methods to onboard devices to IoT device management and cloud analytics platforms. This can take up to an hour per device, is unsecure, and presents a costly configuration process for device manufacturers.
Intel has worked with the ecosystem to deliver Intel® Secure Device Onboard (Intel® SDO), a neutral onboarding service with simplified ecosystem enablement to put more devices into service faster.
Intel® Secure Device Onboard (Intel® SDO):
Intel and Arm are collaborating on a shared vision to connect any device to any cloud. This will shift the industry from siloed supply chains to a harmonized framework for the design and sourcing of secure, connectable devices.
“Intel and Arm are simplifying one of IoT’s most complex and challenging barriers with regard to streamlining the manufacturing and security deployment workflows for IoT. This is an ROI win for the customer, who will be able to deploy both Intel and Arm based devices at a lower cost and with less friction between IT and OT while at the same time retaining flexibility over their data and cloud partner choice until the deployment phase.”
-- Michela Menting, Director ABI Research.
Intel® SDO will dramatically scale customer’s IoT deployments while increasing profitability for device manufacturers, distributors, installers, and IoT platform providers. By inherently distributing an embedded hardware security model with the device coupled with one-time software enabling tools, Intel® SDO creates a repeatable model that works with any IoT ecosystem. During deployment, highly skilled technicians can be replaced with installers that merely add power to the device for fast activation.
Intel has worked across the IoT ecosystem to partner and enable solutions for the zero touch onboarding model.