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myDevices Releases IoT in a Box: IoT for the Reseller Channel

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After much anticipation, myDevices has announced the launch of its IoT in a Box, a set of turnkey remote monitoring solutions that are designed to protect important assets for small businesses and enterprise customers across a wide variety of industries with over 20 remote monitoring use cases within commercial refrigeration and facility management vertical markets.

The solutions are made available through the IoT in a Box Reseller program, enabling reseller partners to earn significant recurring revenue by enlisting their customers for a 30-day no-cost trial. The 5-minute install solves real customer problems and provides a proven IoT remote monitoring system. Resellers only need to line-up their customers and with the support of myDevices, close deals.

“Resellers, which include thousands of MSPs, SIs, ISVs, and VARS, have existing relationships with hospitals, convenience stores, data centers, educational facilities, supermarkets, restaurants and more,” said Kevin Bromber, CEO and Founder,  myDevices. “Now these resellers can instantly start making new revenue with their existing and new customers with no upfront cost to them. They can start selling IoT today!”

IoT in a Box combines a LoRaWAN Ethernet or cellular connected gateway, 16 sensor types, device management, LoRaWAN network server, and an iOS/Android mobile application with embedded end-to-end security. Pre-packaged, ready-for-sale solutions are deployed in minutes, enabling resellers to monitor their customer’s business remotely.

“As a restaurant owner for over 25 years, I have struggled with the arduous task of manually recording refrigeration temperature readings, IoT in a Box easily automated this process ensuring my restaurant’s food safety,” said Gary Cushing, Restaurateur and President, GSMC. “I was so impressed with the product that I started reselling and providing commercial refrigeration monitoring as a service to other restaurant owners.”

IoT in a Box is created by mixing and matching gateways and sensors from 26 device manufacturers with over 55 devices available. Hardware manufacturers that have partnered with myDevices to provide the extensive device library include Netvox, Gemtek, Sanmina, Tektelic, MultiTech, Kerlink, Xignal, GlobalSat, Sensing Labs, RisingHF, Winext, Polysense, SkySens, PNI Sensor, Lansitec, Ideetron, FactoryLab, Ewattch, Comtac, ChinaStar, Decentlab, Easylinkin, Eddy Home, Jade - IOT, Sensoro, Turbo, and LorixOne.

“The ability to mix-and-match LoRa-enabled sensors and gateways, from a variety of device manufacturers, to create a multitude of IoT in a Box solutions solves small and large IoT challenges," said Marc Pegulu, VP and GM, Wireless and Sensing Products Group, Semtech. “It also creates new opportunities for device manufacturers to now have a complete IoT app for their devices right out of the box.”


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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