FreeWave Partners with E2E to Bring Real-Time Monitoring to Industrial IoT Networks

SAN DIEGO, CA --- FreeWave Technologies, Inc. announces a partnership with E2E Technologies. E2E's Stingray Network Management System (NMS) will support FreeWave's industry-leading WavePro wireless communication solutions. Stingray is optimizable for IT professionals looking to manage individual components of a limited IoT or M2M communications system within a larger IT network management framework.

FreeWave's Industrial IoT (IIoT) and M2M networking solutions are specifically designed to solve communication challenges at the edge of the IT network, or in challenging environments where other communication technologies aren't suitable. Companies in energy, utilities, municipalities, government, oil and gas, and more now have a best-in-class technology solution for helping to bridge the IT/OT convergence gap. The new technology solution will be featured at FreeWave's DistribuTECH booth (#3039).

"E2E's Stingray solution is one of the first network management systems to be specifically designed for IIoT, M2M and SCADA networks, just like FreeWave's radios," said Brad Gilbert, director of product management for FreeWave Technologies. "Even when or where bandwidth may be limited, organizations still need detailed, real-time information on their IT network operations. And the access layer is exactly where FreeWave and E2E's new technology solution can help the most."

"E2E sees FreeWave as a key player in M2M and SCADA networking, especially for energy, utility and other heavy industrial markets," said Carl MacKinnon, VP of business development at E2E. "Since FreeWave radios are best-of-class for applications in extreme industrial environments, it was a win-win technology partnership for everyone, especially our joint customers."

FreeWave's networking and communication solutions with E2E's Stingray NMS functionality will be available for delivery in Q2 2017.


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