Thursday June 4, 2020

Asavie releases new kit at Mobile World Congress

5th March, 2017
Episensor, CEO Gary Carroll & Director Brendan Carroll pictured at their office premises in Limerick.

Asavie launched a complete industrial internet of things (IoT) accelerator kit at Mobile World Congress in February. Designed to enable enterprises to jump-start their implementation of industrial IoT projects, it brings together multiple IoT solutions in a single bundled offering. The solution offers secure, seamless connectivity from the edge to the cloud, enabling enterprises to get to market faster and generate revenues sooner.

“Asavie’s Industrial IoT accelerator kit offers enterprises a one-stop-shop to securely expedite...

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