Libelium has release a new Meshlium IoT Gateway, with features improved and adapted to customers needs. With this new batch of Cloud Partners of a total of 33 – Meshlium keeps its leadership as one of the most compatible gateways in the IoT market allowing developers to select any cloud server.
To keep on supporting compatibility with any Cloud platform, the IoT gateway upgrades to a CPU ten times faster and a RAM memory eight times bigger. Connectivity speed also increases to achieve fast Internet connection and data synchronization by upgrading cellular radios to 4G and WiFi-n.
“It is the first IoT gateway in the market that works with five communication interfaces at the same time. Ethernet and 4G are used to send the data to the Cloud, while low consumption radios like 802.15.4/ZigBee are used along with long range RF 868/900 MHz technologies to get the data from the sensors. WiFi radio is also available to control the device” said David Gascn, Libelium CTO.
The new Meshlium includes for the first time an expansion port to enable the direct connection of I2C, USB or UART external devices. This allows high bandwidth devices, such as cameras or industrial sensors, to transmit large volume of data to the Cloud and increases Libelium’s IoT Platform ecosystem and interoperability.
Libelium IoT Ecosystem grows up with BaseN, Cumulocity, Ensura, Kii, NexMachina,Orchestra, Riot, Sensorup, Smart Plants, Techedge (for SAP connection) and Telit. They have joined forces with Libelium to speed up IoT adoption through their integration on Meshlium IoTGateway.
The compatibility with any cloud platform allows to develop in an easy way new IoT applications for smart cities, precision agriculture, smart environment and smart water management.New partners have joined to existing Cloud platforms as AWS, Azure Microsoft, IBM Bluemix,Indra, Telefonica or Thingworx.
According to The IoT Marketplace strategy, Libelium has included new kits ready-to-be-deployed anywhere in a time and cost effective way. Actility (with LoRaWAN connectivity), Basen, Cumulocity, Eagle.io, Elmitel, Techedge, Tele2 and Telit are launching new solutions with Libelium IoT devices.