IoT Platform Provides Device-to-Cloud Connectivity

Haxiot’s X-ON network and application IoT platform provides a complete device-to-cloud solution, enabling IoT device manufacturers and enterprise users to connect devices to IoT networks in as little as two weeks, with fully-managed enterprise-grade security. A significant feature of the X-ON platform lies in its edge computing capabilities. It is the first to implement LoRaWAN-based technology “at the edge” to move data analytics capabilities from the cloud to the connected devices. Its hybrid cloud-edge applications for real-time and trend-based analytics makes it an ideal solution for the Industrial IoT industry. Its software provides support for most IoT hardware providers including Dell Corporations, Cisco and MultiTech.

 

The X-ON platform supports multiple LPWA technologies, starting with LoRaWAN. It comes with comprehensive device control and provisioning from the X-ON Cloud, enabling users to not only listen to data coming from their devices, but also identify and control them with minimum efforts using the “Command & Control” feature.

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The platform also transforms data between different IoT frameworks in real time, making integration with new or legacy application systems seamless. In addition to the Haxiot X-ON Cloud, the company has launched a range of zero-touch LoRaWAN products for global regional support such as the HXC series ultra-low power client module and embedded gateway modules. All products will be available in 900 MHz for US, Canada & LATAM users in Q4 2018. For more information, visit Haxiot.

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