IETF Releases Standard to Optimize Cellular IoT with SCHC over NB-IoT (RFC 9391)
Acklio, a global leader in interoperability and protocol optimization for LPWAN, has announced the release of RFC 9391 by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), which extends the use of SCHC (Static Context Header Compression) over the 3GPP specifications, including the radio access, core network, and end-to-end connection using the SCEF gateway.
Reconciling Interoperability, security, efficient & energy-efficiency in IoT
Expert in communication protocols, Acklio innovates on the Internet of Things market with a software suite bringing significant benefits for interoperability, security and energy efficiency of IoT deployments. Acklio's co-founders pioneered a technology that brings the ability to transport IP-based applications to the new constrained networks of the IoT. This mechanism, called SCHC for"Static Context Header Compression", was published as an IETF standard in 2020. As the international leader of SCHC, Acklio's software enhances the efficiency, accelerates the time to market and ensures the long-term sustainability of IoT solutions.