LAVAL, Canada—Briowireless Inc., a manufacturer of Internet-of-Things (IoT) wireless cellular devices, recently launched its line of BitPipe™ IoT Interface, PTCRB certified industrial-grade socket modems. The Bitpipe™ IoT Interface, with its family of compact cellular socket modems, is said to enable reduction of R&D costs while accelerating time to market for IoT applications.
“There’s a fast growing demand from OEMs, developers, and startups for efficient and industry compliant IoT cellular connectivity solutions,” said Eric Janosz, CEO of Briowireless, in a company release. “In response to this demand, we are very proud to launch our new line of BitPipe™ IoT Interface modems supporting 2G/3G fallback and LTE-Cat 1 4G/3G fallback cellular technologies.”
Out of the box, the IoT industrial-grade socket modems are said to incorporate everything a developer needs to provide IoT cellular connectivity, including an industry certified cellular radio, DC-DC converter, digital and analog inputs and outputs, serial communications, and software API. The BitPipe IoT Interface supports numerous cellular networks, including 2G/3G and 3G/4G-LTE. Their form factor and electronic interface have been standardized by Briowireless to provide inter-changeability, flexibility, and versatility, therefore protecting the IoT solution providers’ investment for future connectivity requirements.
In addition to being PTCRB certified and compliant to FCC and Industry Canada standards, the modems have been granted Network Compatibility Approval (NCA) by AT&T and other Canadian mobile network carriers. Additional details on product availability, pricing, and engineering services are available at briowireless.com.