A New Medical Mesh Is Coming — And It’s Not What You Think — Medium
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A New Medical Mesh Is Coming — And It’s Not What You Think — Medium


Only a few years ago, if you overheard talk about medical mesh, you knew what it was. A mesh was a fabric-like device implanted during…

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At Apptimate.io we have solved this through a semi-distributed approach.

To make the connection efficient when it comes to management, security and technical resources like battery life and bandwidth need we have the possibility to either route encrypted data directly point-2-point through our cloud router or first initiate communication sessions where the actual data is directly communicated between the connected devices.

This enables us to create a network model without hierarchies; a mobile device is a user, an IoT device is a user and a server is a user. This makes it simple to implement strong point-2-point encryption and other security mechanisms required to run eHealth applications. One simple mechanism with just a few lines of code for any secure communication need.

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