“We understand customers require an application-ready solution to tackle the complexity of IIoT infrastructure. We’re happy to leverage Intel Gateway Technology to provide seamless connectivity between devices and the cloud, ensuring the interoperability of edge devices through an open architecture enabling rapid application and service, all to successfully equip new connected applications with minimum effort,” said Roy Wan, general manager of ADLINK’s Measurement and Automation Product Segment.
“A key motivator in the adoption of IIoT functionality is the potential to unlock knowledge from their data,” said Rose Schooler, vice president IoT Strategy and Technology at Intel. “Because ADLINK’s full spectrum of IoT gateway platforms utilize the latest version of Intel IoT Gateway Technology, developers will be able to utilize new enhancements designed to help prototype and develop IoT applications more quickly than ever.”
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The latest version of Intel® IoT Gateway Technology enables enhanced user interface, security, scalability, interoperability, and manageability, as well as support for a wider variety of fieldbus communication protocol, including Modbus (RTU/Ethernet), BACNet, CAN for industrial applications, Exegin, Zigbee, Open Z-Wave, and 6lowpan empowering smart buildings. Other features include support for MQTT, Bluetooth/BLE, CoAP, XMPP device-to-cloud protocol, as well as AllJoyn and IoTivity (open source software framework) to enable seamless device-to-device connectivity.
New additions to ADLINK’s IoT gateway product line include the MXE-110i, MXE-202i, and MXE-5400i. The MXE-5400i, based on Intel® Core™ i3, Intel® Core™ i5, and Intel® Core™ i7 processors. These processors deliver exceptional performance and manageability, optimized connectivity, and rugged construction for mission-critical applications. The gateway performs dependably under an extended operating temperature range (from –20°C to 70°C with industrial SD card), making it the optimal solution for outdoor intelligent transportation, digital surveillance systems, and industrial automation applications. The MXE-202i gateway, powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor E3826, features two processing cores with an SoC design, delivering the computing performance needed to handle the flow of data from sensors, while power-efficient enough to perform reliably in a fanless enclosure. Finally, the MXE-110i gateway, based on the Intel® Quark™ Soc, is suitable for applications requiring enhanced energy efficiency, such as smart agriculture, smart factory, and automated building environments.