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RFI Engineering Launches G-router


Amsterdam, November 3, 2008

RFI Engineering, a designer and provider of distributed intelligent radio solutions, today launched the G-router, an intuitive and programmable universal GSM/GPRS machine-to-machine terminal. The G-router comes in a compact form for integration into a large range of appliances with little engineering effort.

The G-router can be deployed to monitor “managed” customer routers/modems via GPRS, providing a redundant link for maintenance and support purposes. The GSM/GPRS technology will bring immediate benefits such as online connections plus cost efficient, high-speed data transmission. The additional remote power switch can remotely control external high power equipment by which a remote system can be effectively rebooted.

The G-router is optimized to provide a reliable and price competitive solution for wireless M2M projects. Including all the software and hardware components needed to transfer encrypted data over wireless networks.

The G-router can also be used in different applications:
- Stand-alone network - where equipment can be remotely accessed without needing to use the end customers LAN e.g. security surveillance camera's, access control, and electronics displays.
- Remote Isolated equipment - where there is no LAN infrastructure e.g. passenger information systems, traffics systems, security surveillance and industrial automation.
- Leased Equipment - where equipment is regularly re-located e.g. generators, chillers, compressors, industrial plant hire, and heating equipment.
- Network Back-up - where a secondary remote access route is required in case of a failure through the customers’ WAN connection e.g. Fiber network connections, Building automation systems, Epos systems, CHP systems, generators and UPS.
- Mobile Equipment - where it is not possible to create a wired WAN connection e.g. transportation such as rail and taxi's where PCs, cameras, HVAC, EPOS systems and other assets can be networked to the outside world.

“In the case of providing managed services the G-router eliminates needless site visits by technical staff, and enables higher SLA scores and higher margin for the carrier,” says Peter Calis, CEO of RFI Engineering. “On the other hand the G-router can also be used as a mobile device to wirelessly access Internet devices. The possibilities are endless. Imagine how many Internet devices are installed in the world today, and the numbers are only growing.”


Publisher Contact Information:

RFI Engineering B.V.
+31 36 750 8268
press@rfi-engineering.com

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