IoT is the 4th Industrial Revolution

| July 24, 2015

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The Internet of Things : Integrating Systems and Devices and using Big Data, Analytics and Business Intelligence.

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AvaLAN Wireless is an industry leading developer and manufacturer of long range industrial wireless radios and cryptographic technology. AvaLAN’s products are designed to enable affordable secure wireless connections in perimeter or remote locations. Specializing in Cellular and the unlicensed 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz radio bands, AvaLAN offers a family of encrypted wireless Ethernet and data communications products. AvaLAN has a market leadership position in providing solutions for surveillance video, access control, industrial automation, remote sensing and remote control markets. AvaLAN’s products are engineered to solve difficult wireless challenges for installations that require long range, interference immunity, superior reliability and uncompromising data security. AvaLAN’s products offer the ideal combination of price, range, data rate, security, interference avoidance, quality-of-service, and a simple plug and play set up with minimal user programming required. No other co

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