PC gateway series for IoT, industrial applications

Dell's Edge Gateway 5000 Series are designed to connect users to the Internet of Things (IoT) as well as aggregate, secure and relay data from sensors and equipment.

04/06/2016


Dell's Edge Gateway 5000 Series are designed to connect users to the Internet of Things (IoT) as well as aggregate, secure and relay data from sensors and equipment. Courtesy: DellDell's Edge Gateway 5000 Series are designed to connect users to the Internet of Things (IoT) as well as provide cost-effective security and manageability tools for information technology (IT) and operations professionals. The Dell Edge Gateway 5000 Series is designed to aggregate, secure and relay data from sensors and equipment. The Intel Atom processor provides capacity to perform local analytics so meaningful information is sent to the next tier, which could be another gateway, the data center or the cloud. The Dell Edge Gateway 5000 Series is designed to attach to a wall or DIN-rail in commercial and industrial environments. The Edge Gateway 5000 Series is engineered with an industrial-grade form factor and fanless, solid-state design. The Dell gateway can run in environments with extreme temperatures as well as withstand the higher levels of humidity and dust typical of industrial environments. Users can aggregate and normalize data sources ranging from legacy protocols such as BACNet, Modbus, and CANbus, to modern wireless mesh networks like Zigbee, 6LoWPAN, and ZWave.

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