Asavie and MultiTech Partner to Secure LoRa® IoT Connectivity

Asavie and MultiTech Partner to Secure LoRa® IoT Connectivity

Asavie PassBridge™ Connectivity Platform Integrates with MultiTech MultiConnect® Conduit™ Gateway to Secure LPWA Communications.

Asavie, the provider of next-generation enterprise mobility management and Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity solutions, announced today its interoperability with the MultiTech MultiConnect® Conduit™ programmable IoT gateway.

The combination offers organizations secure, seamless, end-to-end connectivity off the public Internet.

The combined Asavie and MultiTech offering protects both LoRaWAN connected sensors at the edge, as well as enterprise cloud applications. By providing a virtual private network, it enables organizations to protect data collection and transmission from interference, tampering and breach, even on low-power networks, while scaling cloud-based applications over a secure cellular backhaul. Moreover, it enables enterprises to rapidly rollout IoT projects and securely manage the vast amounts of data.

Welcoming the announcement, Ralph Shaw, CEO, Asavie, said:
“Together, Asavie and MultiTech are addressing the network connectivity and integration challenges hindering the implementation of IoT projects. Asavie PassBridge™ offers businesses a secure, seamless, end-to-end IoT connectivity experience. With a protected backhaul across private cellular networks for all LoRa® traffic, Asavie and MultiTech are providing companies with a flexible and affordable means of exploiting industrial IoT opportunities across many market sectors.”

MultiTech CEO, Stefan Lindvall said:

“Many industrial IoT applications are mission-critical, and as a result need protection from security breach. That’s why we are committed to working with service providers like Asavie who deliver peace of mind as well as simplicity for IoT deployments.”

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