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FreeWave Technologies Brings New Wireless M2M Communications Solutions to IWCE 2016

FreeWave Technologies, a leader in industrial, secure Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) wireless networking solutions, is bringing its full array of wireless M2M communications solutions (http://go.freewave.com/iwce2016) – including its new WavePro™ shorthaul communications product – and Sensor-2-Server (S2S) concept to IWCE 2016.

The WavePro™ is the first in a series of industry-changing Sensor-2-Server™ (S2S™) solutions FreeWave is introducing that offers reliable shorthaul (between 1-5 miles) communications and a WiFi hotspot platform (http://go.freewave.com/wavepro-spring-2016-promo). The WavePro delivers secure collection, control and transport of all Voice, Video, Data and Sensor (VVDS™) information, including video surveillance and license plate recognition applications.

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"The landscape of our critical infrastructure is shifting, and we need, more than ever, reliable communications technology, whether that's for our energy or utility industries, emergency response and beyond," said Scott Allen, CMO of FreeWave Technologies. "Data transport within these industries – particularly, video surveillance and other data-intensive applications – are leading the way forward into a smarter global infrastructure."

Additionally, Brad Gilbert, director of product management, will be giving a co-presentation on "SCADA, Industrial IoT (IIoT) and Cybersecurity Convergence." Gilbert will discuss the use of IIoT networking technology to enable large quantities of information to be readily available via high-speed data transport.

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Source: http://www.freewave.com/

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