“We continue to provide hardware solutions that are not only robust, but easy to use and flexible,” said
Multi-Tech and AT&T
Multi-Tech’s MultiConnect® rCell 100, from its Router family, and Device Management Platform will be showcased at work in AT&T’s booth (Connected City - Hall 3 Stand 3A11). A mock coffee shop will be set up in the booth to demonstrate how mobile network operator can better control data and how it flows.
“It used to be that we were just sending data from point A to point B. Now we strive to control how you get that information into the cloud and manage it from there,” said
Designed for any application, Multi-Tech’s MultiConnect rCell provides functionality that maximizes the user experience, ensuring a high level of performance and the power necessary to withstand the rigors of any application.
Multi-Tech’s Device Management Platform is designed to allow M2M platform providers and vertical market application developers the ability to easily integrate Multi-Tech’s broad device management functionality into their solutions. This gives end users increased control over their applications and the hardware endpoints, and helps to avoid costly truck rolls to update or reset remote devices.
Multi-Tech and ARM
In the Multi-Tech and ARM demonstration (booth Hall 8.1 Stand CC8.7), mock sensors for a model home are set up utilizing Multi-Tech’s SocketModem® Shield from the company’s Embedded product line. Data from the home sensors is sent via the Internet to a cloud allowing users access to all information when and how they need it.
The SocketModem® Shield uses the SocketModem® iCell, which features Multi-Tech’s proprietary cellular network management functions, such as persistent connectivity and auto-connect. As the only
“Because the Shield leverages our industry certified, carrier-approved and easy-to-use SocketModem iCell product with ARM’s mbed platform for developing smart devices, it is seamless and quick to develop new and innovative applications, said
Multi-Tech and Chemring Technology Solutions
Chemring Technology Solutions (Hall 7, Stand 7C14,
SmartSwitch’s advanced policy engine supports M2M applications by intelligently matching the priority of the data to a mobile network’s preferred times (such as a pre-defined off-peak schedule). This will maximize M2M system development opportunities, such as telehealth or industrial applications, without congesting mobile networks.
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