NetComm Wireless Authorizes 4G LTE M2M Routers to be Used on Verizon
FREMONT, CA: Verizon Wireless has certified the NetComm Wireless 4G LTE Light Industrial M2M Router for use on the Verizon Wireless Private Network. The offering delivers a cost-effective solution for LTE/XLTE network coverage, and addresses public network security and privacy concerns by enabling the direct transfer of data from wireless Machine-to-Machine (M2M) devices to internal enterprise systems over a segregated private network.
NetComm Wireless Limited is a leading developer of Fixed Wireless Regional Broadband and wireless Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technologies that underpin an increasingly connected world. Leading telecommunications carriers, core network providers and system integrators utilize NetComm Wireless' 3G, 4G LTE and Fixed Wireless solutions to optimize network performance and to support their connected products and services in the M2M.
Enterprise customers can now transfer, manage and control large amounts of data from remote and mobile assets using NWL-25 to separate data from public Internet traffic, and deliver an uninterrupted connection to internal IP networks. LAN connected device can be managed and controlled using the NWL-25 for remote access to a private network that is supported by the coverage, speed and reliability offered by Verizon Wireless.
"Security is one of the biggest barriers to M2M adoption and growth, and as the proliferation of connected devices brings new challenges, data must be safely managed,” said David Stewart, CEO and Managing Director, NetComm Wireless. “We are pleased to join Verizon Wireless in providing enterprise customers with a scalable and economical approach to the secure management of mission-critical M2M applications.”
The NWL-25 is a future-proof 4G LTE / XLTE router that enables complete control over device access and management. Using the open embedded Linux Operating System and Software Development Kit (SDK), enterprises can create and run custom applications such as asset tracking, security alerts and the management of sensor settings.
The industrial-grade NWL-25 features multiple interfaces and seamless integration to support challenging M2M applications with access to: external antenna connectors for cellular antennas; a software configurable Serial port; 3 multipurpose I/O ports; a 100Mbps Ethernet port; a USB-OTG for additional interfaces and ignition sense capability for vehicular applications.
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