Building on Technology from Recent Acquisition of Haxiot, Digi broadens its IoT footprint with end-to-end LoRaWAN starter kit that’s scalable, flexible and secure.
Digi International today unveiled a new enterprise starter kit providing a complete LoRaWAN® device-to-cloud solution, marking the company’s expansion into the low power wide area (LPWA) market.
The turnkey starter kit offers a scalable, device-to-cloud onboarding experience that saves time, capital, and resources. The Digi solution helps enterprises meet their digital transformation needs with faster time to market, minimal integration cost or complexity. The new solution is based on technology from the recent acquisition of Haxiot, a leader in device-to-cloud LoRaWAN-based solutions.
“We are proud to once again bring more value to customers as we expand our IoT offerings with LPWA expertise with Haxiot technology,” said Steve Ericson, General Manager – OEM Solutions Group, Digi International.
“Our device-to-cloud LoRaWAN starter kit is ideal for a wide range of organizations, particularly those who are seeking seamless transition from proof of concept to accelerate massive scale IoT.”
Designed for scalability and easy deployment, Digi’s LoRaWAN starter kit aims to improve the user experience dramatically with a cohesive device, gateway and cloud solution. In addition, Digi offers deep expertise in assisting customers designing and deploying secure, mission critical IoT solutions. This enables customers in verticals such as agriculture, oil and gas, utilities, and manufacturing to take advantage of the long range wide area wireless technology.
“We’ve collaborated with Digi to supply the latest LoRa technology incorporated in this new, single-vendor LoRaWAN starter kit,” said Marc Pegulu, Vice President of IoT Applications and Strategy in Semtech’s Wireless and Sensing Products Group. “As the creator of LoRa, we see the value this kit offers to IoT customers spanning multiple industries and use cases – namely its easy deployment for key markets where cellular and Wi-Fi/BLE based networks are ineffective.”
The kit will be available immediately in North America and in the third quarter of 2021 in EMEA.