SSH is great for encrypting communications between hosts over an insecure network. However, since most Open SSH toolkits are designed for networked computers, they can be somewhat unwieldy in memory-constrained device environments. And the performance of most open-source offerings can be pretty disappointing in devices, as well. That's why Mocana developed NanoSSH -- the super-small SSH client/server solution, developed from the ground up for embedded devices and resource-constrained environments. It's FIPS 140-2 validated and specifically designed to speed product development while providing best-in-class device security services. Download the NanoSSH whitepaper and receive a free trial.