REYAX Technology comes together with u-blox to launch a new industrial router platform

u-blox, a global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, announced that REYAX Technology, an industrial and telematics systems provider for aftermarket telematics, has launched a new industrial router platform that incorporates cellular, short range and GNSS modules from u-blox.

The RYW2000 4G LTE and Wi-Fi hot-spot router platform uses the EVA-M8M, industry’s smallest concurrent GNSS module, a TOBY-L2 cellular LTE module that offers the highest throughput of up to 150 Mb/s with LTE Cat.4, and an ELLA-W131 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth module.

Ritchie Chang, general manager of REYAX Technology commented, “We selected u-blox modules because of their market-leading performance, excellent environmental tolerance characteristics and the fact they develop all of their technology in-house. Our RYW2000 router platform is designed for industrial and telematics applications where performance, reliability and conformance to changing environmental conditions are all critical to the success of our product.”1033bf9c-a966-4b77-a05a-2c2ddd59f407

The new router platform RYW2000 includes a router platform card for Industrial and telematics applications and measures only 50.95mm x 30mm. Its operating condition and power are DC 3.3V-5.5V.

Ming Chiang, country manager of u-blox Taiwan explained, “This is another example of our on-going collaboration with REYAX Technology and we are excited they have chosen to incorporate three of our modules into their RYW2000 product. Together we have a shared vision for the promotional of IoT and M2M technologies to benefit many industries and applications.”

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