10/11/2004 - Applied Data Systems (ADS), a leading developer of ARM-based application-ready embedded systems, received facility clearance at the top-secret level. This clearance is an important part of ADS' security initiatives.
Through its new program - ADSi or ADS Security Initiative - ADS can selectively adopt design standards and third party software to meet enhanced security objectives in line with the FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) guidelines for both Linux and Windows CE systems. In addition to the Federal and defense markets, ADS' security initiatives are important for banking ATM's, secure PDA/messaging, retail Point of Sale, and medical devices.
ADS works directly with federal agencies and government contractors to provide the higher levels of security used within the DoD. As part of ADSi, ADS has established commercial relationships with various security consultants and NIST-qualified labs for conformance testing according to FIPS or "Common Criteria" standards. An important aspect of ADS' program is the expertise the company has at the hardware and software interface. This lets the customer select either a hardware or a software solution for a particular security challenge and makes the ADS' systems cost-effective.
For more information, contact 301-490-4007 or see http://www.applieddata.net
About Applied Data Systems
Applied Data Systems (ADS) designs and manufactures RISC-based embedded single board computers for application-ready solutions. Featuring numerous OS options, including Windows CE.NET, embedded Linux, and JVM options, the ADS product line is used in applications as diverse as industrial automation, GPS, fleet management, and POS/kiosk. For information, please visit www.applieddata.net or call 301.490.4007.
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