Volansys Modular IoT Gateway Reference Design

| October 12, 2016

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Gateway Reference Platform provides flexibility to design IoT Solutions for Industries ranging from Home, Building, Manufacturing, HealthCare, Transportation and other IoT Industries. IoT Ecosystem demands upper-bound and lower-bound flexibility in terms of connectivity. Multi-Radio Connectivity and Flexible Software Architecture Design allows M2M Solution providers to easily & quickly build Smart Products simply by plugging any radio module and integrate any cloud in our gateway.

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