Eurotech announces ReliaGATE 15-10 multi-service gateway for M2M applications

ReliaGATE 15-10

Eurotech, a supplier of embedded technologies, products and systems, has released the ReliaGATE 15-10, an industrial grade multi-service gateway designed with flexible connectivity options to enable IoT applications. Based on the low power Intel® Quark SoC processor, the ReliaGATE 15-10 Multi-Service Gateway is a rugged and reliable gateway and edge controller for data aggregation, on-board processing and data transfer ideal for M2M solutions.

The ReliaGATE 15-10 is designed to seamlessly integrate with the Intel® Gateway Solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) and includes Eurotech’s Everyware Software Framework (ESF) device-resident application development framework to shorten time to market and extend capabilities further, including remote device management. The ReliaGATE 15-10 is a flexible, application-ready platform that includes the pre-certified Eurotech ReliaCELL 10-20 modular cellular adapter, making the gateway immediately deployable on different mobile carrier networks.

“The ReliaGATE 15-10 is a ready-to-deploy industrial grade smart device that enables communications, computation power, simplified application deployment and M2M platform integration for immediate service generation,” said Robert Andres, Chief Marketing Officer, Eurotech. “The multi-service gateway approach allows customers to connect sensors, actuators and devices to the business enterprise with near real-time management and control of those devices in the field. The ReliaGATE 15-10 provides design flexibility and the ability to future proof investments by integrating and consolidating data streams.”

The ReliaGATE 15-10 hardware platform is natively integrated to the Eurotech Everyware Device Cloud M2M integration platform for rapid business enterprise integration and device management services. The multi-service gateway offers control and configuration options with a web interface that allows for easy configuration of individual units in a similar manner to consumer routers.

The ReliaGATE 15-10 operates at extended temperature range, with industrial-grade connectors and multiple I/O capabilities, and wired or wireless connectivity options including Cellular, Wi-Fi, GPS and 802.15.4/Zigbee options. General availability of the ReliaGATE 15-10 is August 2014. For more information visit http://www.eurotech.com/en/products/ReliaGATE 15-10

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