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Multi-port secure device server for M2M applications

03 July 2012

New from Alpha Micro is the PremierWave XC a high performance, multi-port secure device server developed by Lantronix that offers Ethernet or GSM/GPRS connectivity for remote access and easy management of machines and equipment over a network and across the Internet.

PremierWave XC provides bullet-proof security by offering a variety of robust data encryption and authentication options. Featuring the industry-proven Lantronix device server application suite with AES, SSH and SSL, it provides enterprise-level security allowing safe and secure remote access and management from practically anywhere.

By utilising the GSM/GPRS network, this new product is suitable for applications in areas that do not have an Ethernet or Wi-Fi infrastructure or for installations that have Ethernet connectivity and rely on GSM/GPRS for failover backup ensuring redundancy.

Product highlights include: 
-  Dual network connectivity for flexibility and redundancy;
-  Dual serial port with up to 920kb/s speed;
-  Novel design for quick and easy connectivity to virtually any device with a serial port, using TCP or UDP protocol with robust SSH or SSL enterprise-level security;
-  Extended operating temperature range for industrial applications;
-  Simple device configuration and monitoring with powerful, industry-standard management tools (Web, CLI, XML); and
-  Optional programming environment for custom applications.

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