Open Connectivity Foundation Taps Kyrio as Public Key Infrastructure Management Authority

Kyrio has been named the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Management Authority for the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF), a leading IoT standards body.

Kyrio Testing Services Now Uses octoBox Personal Testbeds for Wireless Device Testing

octoScope® recently announced that Kyrio, a provider of unique testing solutions for network technology services, will use its octoBox® personal testbeds in their testing services.

Wireless Broadband Alliance launches Carrier Wireless Service Certification program

The WBA launched the Carrier Wireless Service Certification (CWSC) program. Kyrio is ready to accept devices for certification testing.

Tekoia’s Sure Universal Platform Gains OCF Certification after Kyrio’s Testing

Kyrio, a provider of unique testing solutions for network technology services, is proud to congratulate Tekoia for having one of the first client applications certified by the Open Connectivity Foundation.

Kyrio Offers Open Connectivity Foundation Certification for IoT Devices

Kyrio, a subsidiary of CableLabs, has been authorized to provide IoT device certification testing under the Open Connectivity Foundation’s (OCF) specs.

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