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Modem router family now offers custom programmability

19 May 2010

The Insys Microelectronics MoRoS line of industrial routers, which combines the functions of a modem, router and 4-port switch in one compact DIN rail housing, is now available with new, revised Version 2.1 models. The new models bring new features for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications, Remote Device Monitoring and Remote Asset Management.

The most significant new feature is the integrated 'sandbox', a special Linux runtime environment that allows users to build and execute their own, custom-tailored applications and scripts directly on the router to extend its functionality into data logging, data analysis, protocol conversion or dynamic configuration.

The new units also see the IPsec protocol added to the existing OpenVPN and firewall security features. The VPN functionality enables the devices to establish secure, confidential connections between company networks, single computers or Ethernet-capable components. At no additional cost, MoRoS GPRS now supports the faster EDGE standard for data rates of up to 236kb/s in GSM mobile radio networks.
 


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