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Device connectivity made simple

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Which route will you take?

Do you need a simple solution to send data to and from remotely connected equipment?

Do you want a reliable connection over the internet using the cellular mobile network?

Look no further than the Siretta routeCONNECT solutions, an industrial range of cellular routers providing simplicity and reliability within any connected application.

Remote devices can interface to the routeCONNECT cellular router via Wi-Fi or LAN cable. In addition, devices can connect via an RS232 serial connection or digital I/O.

To find out more about the routeCONNECT range or to get your hands on one - click below.

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Mobile M2M module market to triple in three years says Infonetics

17/09/2015Mobile M2MM2M ModuleM2MM2M MarketIoTMobile Operators

Article by Anthony Savvas

The M2M market is driven by the thirst for the Internet of Things and big moves by mobile operators.

Industry analyst Infonetics Research says the global mobile M2M module market will grow three-fold to be worth $4.5 billion by 2018.

Internet of things“Machine-to-machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are transforming industries and creating tremendous opportunities for mobile M2M module vendors around the world,” said John Byrne, an analyst at Infonetics Research.

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Internet of Things would speed care to wounded soldiers

14/08/2015SoldiersHealth AgencyIoTInternet of ThingsSoldier CareWireless Data Transmit

Article by Kevin McCaney

Military researchers have been floating the idea of sensor-laden soldiers essentially being part of the Internet of Things, whether for better situational awareness or improved performance. But there’s another potential benefit: better medical care for those who are wounded.

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5G Wireless: What We Know (and Don’t Know) So Far...

13/08/2015Internet of Things5G4G5G Network4G NetworkHigh SpeedWirelessIoTConnected

Article written by Jess Bolluyt

Even as wireless carriers work to offer higher-speed 4G networks, researchers have their eye on the next “G”: 5G, which will be both faster and better able to manage the burgeoning Internet of Things, which enable practically countless devices to connect to the Internet and to each other.

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