MultiTech Conduit Access Point for Indoor, High-Density LoRaWAN Networks Now Available in North America

MultiTech is a leading global manufacturer of M2M and IoT connectivity devices.

Enterprise customers have embraced the MultiConnect Conduit AP access point for LoRa technology for its proven functionality, extending end-point density and coverage in difficult to reach areas where cell tower or rooftop deployments may not penetrate.

Multi-Tech Systems, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of M2M and IoT connectivity devices, today announced the availability of MultiConnect® Conduit™ AP access point for LoRa® technology in North America. Popular for enterprises and operators alike and proven in Europe, the new cost-optimized gateway connects thousands of IoT assets to the cloud utilizing the power of LoRaWAN™, a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) specification deployed for wireless battery operated Things in both private and public regional, national and global networks.

“Enterprise customers have embraced the MultiConnect Conduit AP access point for LoRa technology for its proven functionality, extending end-point density and coverage in difficult to reach areas where cell tower or rooftop deployments may not penetrate,” said Daniel Quant, Vice President of Product Management and Strategic Marketing. “Ideal for improved coverage of IoT assets clustered in commercial buildings like hotels, convention centers, offices and retail facilities, the access point is easy to deploy mounted on walls or ceilings to extend LoRaWAN connectivity.”

The Conduit AP supports eight uplink and one downlink LoRa channel capable of supporting thousands of LoRaWAN end points, including the MultiTech MultiConnect® mDot™ & xDot™ LoRaWAN certified modules, connected to remote sensors or appliances.

The Conduit AP features two development environments for developers and users alike. Advanced developers may select the mLinux, Yocto Linux BSP, ideal for integrating directly to a public LoRaWAN Network Server managed remotely in the cloud, enterprise data center or a public operators’ core network. Whereas, the AEP version features a GUI-based environment for easy set-up and comes with a built-in LoRa Network Server, ideal for setting up a private LoRa network to connect locally clustered IoT assets to the…

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