Xyte Launches SSH Tunneling, Allowing Users to Access On-Premise Device Web Interfaces Securely From Anywhere

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Xyte, developer of an all-in-one servitization platform for device and hardware manufacturers, announced the launch of SSH tunneling, whereby OEMs and their value chain partners can manage connected devices in a secure fashion via end users’ preferred on-premise device web interfaces.

Xyte is the platform rAVe founder, Gary Kayye, cited in his 2024 Krystal Ball predictions that would be the top company to watch for 2024.

Xyte says its customers use Xyte Device Connect (XDC) to manage the complete lifecycle of their connected devices. While end users can centralize access to these devices on the cloud, some cases require direct access via devices’ native web interfaces. An encrypted connection is necessary for this method to be secure; it lets IT managers troubleshoot devices from remote locations without jeopardizing privacy and security.

Xyte’s new SSH tunneling capability enables encrypted connection between remote workstations to support secure access to on-premise interfaces, helping achieve secure transmission of data between local and remote devices. By incorporating SSH tunneling into its platform, Xyte provides flexibility to its OEM customers, supporting their value chains’ preferred methods of work and enabling secure, remote connections to on-premise device web interfaces directly through XDC.

“We developed SSH tunneling to allow value chains to securely access their local device web interfaces and enhance their RMM capabilities supporting their preferred methods of work,” said Omer Brookstein, CEO and co-founder of Xyte. “We remain committed to delivering the full benefits of the cloud. Now, our customers can leverage SSH tunneling to transmit data securely between workstations.”

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WyreStorm is one of the first Xyte customers to implement SSH tunneling through XDC. The audiovisual solutions provider will demo SSH tunneling use cases at InfoComm 2024 in Las Vegas this June (booth C8149).