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High performance IPSec for resource constrained devices

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Provide your customers with efficient, standards based and secure VPN access: based on the award-winning movianVPN technology, Security Builder IPSec is a cross-platform IPSec module that enables developers to easily embed standards-based VPN access into resource-constrained devices. With the smallest code size and widest support for industry-leading VPN gateways, Security Builder IPSec provides efficient security and enables better performance than is normally achievable with traditional IPSec implementations.

Security Builder IPSec’s support for the latest industry standards, including IP Key Exchange version 2 (IKEv2) and MOBIKE, enables developers to use it for advanced applications such as Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA), Internet Multimedia Subsystems (IMS), Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) and other emerging third generation partner project (3GPP) services. When configured with Security Builder GSE, a FIPS 140-2 Validated cryptographic module, it also provides government-approved security.

Security Builder IPSec conforms to the Certicom® Security Architecture™– a comprehensive, cross-platform solution designed to allow developers to quickly and cost-effectively embed security across multiple families and generations of devices.


Security Builder IPSec is ideal for:

  • Application vendors (ISVs) who require IPSec for secure transport
  • Voice over IP vendors who want to secure VoIP communications
  • Device manufacturers who want to create an IPSec-based VPN client for a constrained device
  • Advanced network applications such as UMA and IMS

Some of the leading companies who use Security Builder IPSec to add strong security to their products include RIM, Motorola, Samsung, Lucent Technologies, Sony Ericsson, and Hitachi.