Melbourne, Australia – May 22, 2012: M2M Connectivity will be on stand C40 at CeBIT this week with engineers and sales staff on hand to address M2M wireless
Melbourne, Australia – May 22, 2012: M2M Connectivity will be on stand C40 at CeBIT this week with engineers and sales staff on hand to address M2M wireless communication needs. This is a great opportunity to view an extensive range of products including the new products of Quake Q-Puck, AirPrime Q2698 and Inmarsat BGAN M2M modem to name a few.
Scheduled product demonstration and information sessions will introduce you to the features of Opengear’s ACM5504-5-G-I RIM Gateway, the M2M One Control Centre and connectBlue’s Bluetooth Low Energy module.
The following demonstrations and information sessions are scheduled on M2M Connectivity’s stand no. C40.
Introducing the Opengear ACM5504-5-G-I RIM Gateway
Demonstration times: May 22 at 3pm and May 23 at 11am
Brendan Baker from Opengear will be introducing Opengear’s new ACM5500
RIM Gateway appliance. It offers a remote infrastructure management solution for monitoring and management of both Information Technology and Operational Technology. With built-in 3G cellular access, enterprise-grade security and support for both ethernet and serial managed devices, the ACM5500 is the first fully automated remote management solution to provide secure access to, and control of, all the infrastructure at critical remote sites.
M2M Control Centre
Demonstration times: May 23 at 3pm and May 24 at 11am
M2M One will be presenting their products and demonstrating the key features of the Control Centre, including SIM card states, a range of networking options and diagnostics capabilities.
M2M One is a leading Australian provider of SIM Cards and 3G Wireless Data services for the M2M (Machine to Machine) industry. Delivering everything needed to get connected to the 3G network as well as tools to help accelerate testing and deployment. M2M One SIM + Data Plans include a range of value added services designed to simplify management of your data bill as well as to prevent unwanted bill shock from excess data charges. M2M One also offer a fully managed IPWAN service tailored to the needs of the M2M market.
connectBlue Bluetooth Low Energy OLP425 Module
Demonstration times: May 24 at 3pm
This iPad demonstration features the cB-OLP425, a Bluetooth low energy single-mode platform module. It is easy to add on extras including a battery holder, temperature sensor, accelerometers and other sensors. The Ti embedded processor on the module makes the OLP425 a complete stand-alone product, with no additional hardware required.
|For more information on any of these products please contact M2M Connectivity.|