Lantronix lands Hong Kong M2M award

Lantronix has won the “IT Solutions Excellence” award in the M2M connections category at the Biz.IT Excellence Awards, organised by Hong Kong IT magazine, Sing Tao PC Market.

“Winning this award is extremely gratifying, as it confirms our efforts to accelerate the deployment of M2M technologies in the Asia Pacific region,” said Roy Luk, director of Asia Pacific sales at Lantronix. “With our recently expanded presence in the region, the timing could not be better.”

Lantronix’s M2M products provide wireless connectivity, enabling businesses to transmit information securely across networks while ensuring data integrity and privacy.

Its portfolio of wireless products includes the recently launched Premier Wave EN wireless device server, which allows Wifi and Ethernet networking to be added to virtually any device.

“We believe that with the Chinese government’s inclusion of the internet of things initiative in its ambitious 12th five-year plan, M2M technologies will take on a vital role in realising this goal,” said Luk.

“We look forward to partnering with companies around greater China to roll out such solutions in telemedicine, power line communications and metering technology to make the internet of things a reality.”

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