Systech Announces New IoT Gateway, Made in USA

By Ken Briodagh April 19, 2017

According to a recent announcement, Systech Corporation, headquartered in San Diego, CA, has launched a new modular IoT hardware gateway, the SysLINK SL-1500, which is designed to allow IoT solution providers to create complete IoT solutions in a fraction of the normal development cycle timeline. In fact, the company said that the development time often can be reduced to just a few minutes.

“The SL-1500 Modular IoT Gateway is the newest member of the SysLINK gateway family,” said Jon Goby, VP, Sales, Systech. “The SysLINK family was introduced several years ago, and has been highly regarded in the IoT industry, and has won several IoT industry awards over the years.”

The new SL-1500 adds support for many physical and wireless IoT interfaces, including cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Z-Wave, Ethernet, and USB, and also includes support for GPIO and Modbus. All these interfaces may be used simultaneously, according to the announcement, so several wired or wireless products can be linked for a single application.

Systech is also beating a drum about its manufacturing process for its line of modular IoT gateways, which is almost entirely made in the USA, the company said. Since 1981, Systech has produced over a million electronic gateways, and it said that manufacturing in the USA improves the quality and service for its customers.

“We are proud to be able to make most of our products in the USA,” said Mark Fowler, President, Systech. “Not only is it the right thing to do, but many of our customers are equally interested in supporting this effort.”

Systech’s emphasis on USA-built products enables the company to be more nimble in the marketplace than some competitors, the company said, especially in the fast-moving IoT market. The company takes advantage of its shorter supply chain to meet the needs of shifting market demands.

“Design and manufacturing in the USA is important to us,” said Fowler. “It is an example of our commitment to surpassing customer expectations, and the experience of working with Systech.”

Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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