Lantronix sgx5150 IoT Device

Lantronix, Inc. will be showcasing its latest IoT solutions at the Internet of Things India Expo, booth C76, in New Delhi from February 8-10, 2017. As part of its exhibit, Lantronix will be demonstrating its latest IoT device gateway, the SGX 5150.

“Lantronix is pleased to be participating as one of the inaugural exhibitors at the 2017 Internet of Things India Expo,” said Udaya Kumar, India regional sales manager for Lantronix. “India is one of the fastest growing technology markets in the world, and it’s no surprise that organizations in India are starting to focus on the development of Internet of Things solutions. With more than two decades of experience in IoT-enabling millions of machines worldwide, Lantronix is excited about the opportunity to introduce our field-tested secure IoT solutions to companies in India seeking to accelerate deployment of their smart connected devices.”

The Lantronix® SGX 5150 solution is an IoT device gateway designed specifically to accelerate secure, wireless IoT deployments of unconnected serial, USB or Ethernet devices. Featuring an advanced turnkey design, high performance dual band Wi-Fi, advanced TruPort® security, multiple connectivity interface options and integrated IoT apps that streamline device configuration and management, the SGX 5150 delivers a complete solution that simplifies and accelerates IoT connectivity.

“With Lantronix SGX 5150, OEMs and system integrators can implement wireless enablement of new and existing devices with zero re-engineering effort and speed up delivery of their solutions as a result,” said Vishal Kakkad, director of product marketing for Lantronix. “This makes the SGX 5150 the ideal solution for healthcare, industrial automation, logistics, environmental monitoring, transportation and many other vertical applications.”

In addition to showcasing its technologies, Lantronix Senior Product Line Manager, Robert Wood, will be a featured panelist at the “IoT on the Edge: Sensors and Technologies” discussion on Thursday, February 9, 2017 from 11:45-13:15.