MultiTech announces EMEA office to open in London

London’s Heathrow Airport

Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. manufacturer of M2M and IoT devices, has announced plans to open a new EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) office, to better accommodate growing demand in its European markets. The new office will now be located next to London’s Heathrow Airport.

MultiTech’s Senior Management Team, including CEO Stefan Lindvall; VP of Product Management Daniel Quant; and VP of Worldwide Sales, Duane Wald will be introducing the new office at an Open House, running the week of April 27. To attend, or schedule a meeting during this week, please contact Colin Heron, cheron@multitech.co.uk.

multitechDemonstrations of MultiTech’s newly announced IoT family of products, including the LoRa™ enabled, intelligent and programmable IoT gateway, the MultiConnect Conduit; associated low-power, long range RF modems, the MultiTech mDot; and the ARM mbed programmable cellular system-on-module, the MultiConnect Dragonfly, will be up and running all week.

MultiConnect Conduit is the industry’s most configurable, manageable, and scalable communications gateway for industrial IoT applications and is ideal for numerous market segments including, Agricultural, Industrial, Smart Cities, and Medical. Each Conduit gateway has the ability to manage thousands of MultiConnect® mDots and other sensors and transmit their data over any cellular network to a customer’s preferred data management platform. mDots are inexpensive radios using the new Semtech LoRa™, low power, wide area RF modulation. mDots bring intelligence, reduced complexity and cost to the very edge of the network by running ARM’s mbed operating system on a low power ARM Cortex®-M series processor.

MultiConnect Dragonfly, the ARM mbed programmable cellular System-on-Module(SOM), is a ready-to-integrate processing and communications device that offers an ARM mbed compatible software library for faster development. This all-in-one compact design allows developers to host their application and have access to a full suite of interfaces for connecting sensors or other remote assets.

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