IP Technology Labs, an American manufacturer of secured endpoint IoT connectivity and remote access solutions, has announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued US Patent # 10,659,430. This patent covers communications techniques for transmitting data without a pre-defined communication path and over any standard Internet access.
This innovative technology allows applications and devices to communicate to a central server without requiring an established path, peer-to-peer proxy, or manual router configurations.
The patent covers techniques to enable data to be received by a central server from endpoints without establishing a defined path or connection. The techniques are unique as they do not modify network protocols or standard networking behavior and permits the widest use case with global compatibility. Additionally, the innovation eliminates the requirement for any peer-to-peer or proxy server. Thus, the customer’s data is always under their control.
Cybersecurity, Networking Appliances
“When technology makes endpoint communications easy and simple, the market benefits,” said Scott Whittle, President of IP Technology Labs. “Communications from remote devices is a core function in our connected world. Enabling this communication with less overhead and no boundaries always means better, lower-cost, and reliable operations. For us, trust and control always starts with device visibility. By providing positive control of network assets, not only do we deliver enhanced device management but provide security end-to-end. Our technology ensures our customer’s operations flow smoothly and securely regardless of how or where the network is provided.”
IP Technology Labs is an American designer and manufacturer of cybersecurity and networking appliances headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. It develops and markets endpoint security products for fixed-application devices that eliminate network threats from spoofing, snooping, and backdoors, as well as increasing reliability and cost-savings for remote access connectivity.