NEXCOM launches IoT gateway “NISE 50C” for enterprise applications
NEXCOM, a computer software provider, has launched the NISE 50C IoT gateway, developed with control, communication, and connect capabilities which the company claims is ideal for edge controllers and data concentrators.
The IoT gateway can oversee connected devices and manage the collection, storage, and transmission of sensor data, and is capable of distilling unexplored value in data.
The compact fanless NISE 50C comes with flexible functions for real-time control, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, and cloud application integration. The gateway is pre-tested and certified with Microsoft Azure IoT Suite, Intel Atom processor E3800 product family and Windows 10 IoT Core. The NISE 50C can increase insight in asset management, predictive maintenance, and cloud-based monitoring.
Joe Lin, general manager of NEXCOM’s IoT Automation Solutions Business Group, said: “It has been NEXCOM’s goal to provide clients with total IoT solutions which span from the fundamental hardware platform like NEXCOM IoT gateways to NEXCOM IoT Studio cloud configuration software. Joining the Azure Certified for IoT program complements NEXCOM’s offerings with access to cloud analytic services, making NEXCOM a forerunner in the industrial sector.”
The NISE 50C, adapted to industrial use cases, features an on-board dual-core Intel Atom processor E3826, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of flash memory, an integrated set of interfaces including four USB 2.0, three RS232, and one LAN ports, and a compact fan-less enclosure. The NISE 50C is robust and can withstand dust, shock, and vibration.
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