D-Link announced immediate availability of a 4G wireless module which can be embedded within vending machines, kiosks and other interactive displays to provide real-time data back to operators over the Cloud. Applications can range widely depending on the needs of the customer, with wireless modules leveraging a service provider's network to deliver crucial data to nearby locations or anywhere in the world.
The D-Link Ethernet Wireless Module (DWM-311) offered as part of this integrated solution is available now. The DWM-311 has an Ethernet port to connect to the internal computer of a connected interacted device with two antennas to connect to a cellular network for reporting back information.
"Our 4G module integrates seamlessly with a service provider solution to offer a range of benefits and services, from increased logistical efficiency to improved customer service," said Eli Garva, senior vice president, Service Provider Business Unit, D-Link Systems, Inc. "The ability to react to customer wants and needs based on real-time 4G wireless communication will allow them to remain both prompt and agile in their responses."
The D-Link solution will be on display at CTIA Super Mobility 2015 at The Sands in Las Vegas, Sept. 9-11. (CTIA Super Mobility, Booth #2871)
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