ILS Technology Unveils deviceWISE M2M Enterprise Gateway V12.4

By Raju Shanbhag January 30, 2013

The M2M industry has been growing at a rapid pace in the last few years. This is mainly because the latest developments in this technology have enabled its use in day to day lives, and companies see this opportunity to make profits. Modern technologies have ensured the availability of low cost M2M modules, which facilitate numerous networked devices and business models.

Helping customers to realize their M2M business value, ILS Technology has unveiled deviceWISE M2M Enterprise Gateway V12.4. According to the company, this new gateway allows users to connect their enterprise applications to Machine-to-Machine (M2M) assets.

The deviceWISE M2M Enterprise Gateway V12.4 enables flexible business options to the users, as it provides interfaces that can be easily modified. It also allows the users to reduce the development time of their M2M applications and increase profitability. Since the gateway connects remote assets and back office applications, customers can enjoy safe data custody. This is because they will have data in their own servers.

ILS Technology provides M2M cloud platform for users to reduce the time of deployment. The company provides a deviceWISE Deployment Kit, which includes deviceWISE M2M Gateway software, device connection library, edge processing, and event engine.

“The deviceWISE M2M Enterprise Gateway provides value to customers with its support of industry-standard application connectors and click-to-configure, easy-to-use configuration tools,” says Jim Wert, Vice President of M2M Engineering at ILS Technology. “It simplifies the task of giving OEMs and Enterprise customers more actionable information from distributed assets, without the need for a programming staff.”

Recently, the company recognized AT&T as its 2012 Carrier Partner of the Year. According to the company, this award was given to recognize AT&T’s contribution to shared business in the Machine-to-Machine (M2M) marketplace. Both the companies have partnered with each other for the last one year or so.

Edited by Ashley Caputo

IoTevolutionworld Contributor

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