Digi Switching Module Manufacturer For Gobi-3000 Devices
Shared on May 16, 2013 written by Digi International under Digi International News
Date: 5/1/2013 Notice: Ericsson F5521gw cellular module is now End of Life for Digi Cellular Gateways/Routers Effective: Last Time Buy: May 30, 2013 Final fulfillment date: June 30, 2013 Details: The Ericsson F5521gw module has now been completely replaced within Digi Cellular Gateways/Routers with the Huawei GOBI 3000 (EM680) module. As part of this transition, any orders for gateways/routers utilizing the Ericsson F5521gw module must be revised with the drop-in replacement SKUs (listed below). If customers have any questions regarding frequency/throughput of the new modules, see table below. All replacement skus using the Gobi-3000 module support the same GSM frequency bands as the Ericsson F5521gw with the addition of CDMA bands which are primarily used in North America. Product Families Effected:Connect WAN 3GConnectPort X4ConnectPort X4HTransPort WR21TransPort WR41TransPort WR44 / WR44RProduct Part Numbers That Are EOL With Suggested Replacements: Current Sku ...
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Take Control Of Your Business Assets With Enhanced IDigi Device Cloud
Shared on September 27, 2012 written by USAT Corp under Digi International News
Digi Empowers Companies to Take Control of their Business Assets with Enhanced iDigi Device Cloud -Digi adds data visualization tools and alarms management features to iDigi Device Cloud- MINNETONKA, Minn. (Sept. 27, 2012) - Digi International (NASDAQ: DGII) has released several new enhancements to the iDigi Device Cloud, allowing organizations to more easily improve business operations and maximize the value of their assets. Upgrades include data visualization tools for accessing and storing time-series data and alarm management and notification capabilities. Customers with development capabilities can quickly leverage these new features or can use professional services from Digi to create end-to-end solutions. "The iDigi Device Cloud helps organizations gain control of their assets," said Larry Kraft, senior vice president of global sales and marketing, Digi International. "With these enhancements, we make it easier for customers to use device data to improve business effic...
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M2M In The Healthcare Industry
Shared on July 11, 2012 written by David H. Hoglund under Digi International News
First, let's define M2M. Machine-to-machine, or M2M, refers to technologies that allow both wireless and wired systems to communicate with other devices. M2M uses a device, such as a sensor or meter, to capture an event such as temperature or inventory level. The event data is relayed through a network to an application (software program), that translates the data into meaningful information. For example, when inventory is low, the business owner may get a text that items need to be restocked. Modern M2M communication has expanded beyond a one-to-one connection and has grown into a system of networks that transmits data to personal appliances. The expansion of wireless networks across the world has made it far easier for M2M communication to take place and has lessened the amount of power and time necessary for information to be communicated between machines. The ubiquitous growth of M2M and the new era of the smart phone has given rise to awareness for use of devices in the hea...
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Smart Energy Device Platform For German 'E-DeMa' Smart Grid Pilot
Shared on May 15, 2012 written by Jeff Eltringham under Digi International News
Digi International (NASDAQ: DGII) has announced that utility company SWK, Stadtwerke Krefeld-Gruppe, is using its energy monitoring solutions for its E-DeMa Smart Grid pilot project in Krefeld, Germany. The Digi solution connects the residential meters direct to a consumer's smart device, allowing consumption and pricing data to be monitored and actioned in real-time. E-DeMa is a joint project between RWE, Siemens, Miele, ProSyst, SWK, the universities of Bochum, Duisburg/Essen and Dortmund and the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Dortmund; working to develop and demonstrate an e-energy, locally networked marketplace of the future, using cutting-edge information and communication technology. As part of this project, the municipal utility of Krefeld, SWK, is using Digi's Extended Grid to deliver immediate water, gas and electricity consumption and pricing information to the residential customers participating in SWK's pilot smart energy project. The custome...
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