Technologic Systems, Inc. Announces Partnership with Haxiot to Bring LoRaWAN to the TS-7553-V2 Single Board Computer

March 1, 2019 Katelyn Albani

FOUNTAIN HILLS, AZ. Technologic Systems, Inc. announced they will be partnering with Haxiot to make LoRaWAN available for the TS-7553-V2 single board computer. The TS-7553-V2 is developed around the NXP i.MX 6UltraLite, a high performance, ultra-efficient processor family featuring an advanced implementation of a single ARM Cortex-A7 core, which operates at speeds up to 696 MHz.

The TS-7553-V2 was designed with connectivity in mind. An on-board XBee interface, capable of supporting XBee or NimbeLink, provides a simple path to adding a variety of wireless interfaces. An XBee radio can be used to link in with a local 2.4 GHz or sub 1 GHz mesh networks, allowing for gateway or node deployments.

Haxiot gives Enterprise customers access to mission-critical sense and control features at the edge, allowing for real-time device management and operational visibility. The integration with industrial edge gateway vendors opens the door to creating enterprise solutions with heightened security, data privacy, and allows for new scenarios using machine learning and artificial intelligence.

“As an end-to-end LoRaWAN solution provider, our mission is to simplify the deployment and operation of Enterprise IoT solutions at scale,” said Haxiot’s CEO, Nik Kitson. “Our new Edge Computing capability, which enables a wide range of industrial gateway vendors such as Technologic Systems, brings the unique capabilities of our X-ON platform to more enterprise customers in need of distributed intelligent edge applications for mission critical use cases.”

“With all of the wireless and wired connectivity features we’ve included on the TS-7553-V2”, said Robert Miller, President and Founder of Technologic Systems. “It’s designed to talk to almost anything, help monitor any IIoT deployment, and be a rock-solid gateway in your connected industrial deployments. Giving it the ability to communicate via LoRaWAN was the logical next step. Haxiot had a reliable, industrial, USB solution that was easily implemented for a true LoRaWAN gateway. We look forward to partnering with them in order to continue expanding our LoRaWAN portfolio.”

For more information, please visit http://www.haxiot.com.

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