Moxa has announced that its UC-8100 computer was tested by AT&T and was found compatible to operate its nationwide wireless network. It simply means that all the users of Moxa UC-8100 platform can enjoy the speed, coverage and reliability of AT&T 4G LTE network in various M2M industrial applications, thereby enabling new business opportunities and reducing operational cost.
Not long ago, UC-8100 was rewarded certificate for operating on Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network. With today’s announcement, UC-8100 has become the first computer to earn Verizon and AT&T 4G LTE certificate.
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According to Daniel Liu, BDM – Moxa, AT&T was one of the early tech leaders that supported IoT and showed faith in its growth. Moxa, like AT&T, believes in Internet of Things and aims to create a real-time enterprise where two devices can communicate with each other without any human intervention. US-8100 is the latest device in the long list of IoT supported products of Moxa that seek to control resources, capture information and extend the reach of industry.
Moxa UC-8100 computer focuses on improving remote connectivity and communication by offering end-to-end monitoring service for various remote field devices used in big data WAN applications like Smart Grid telecom, city-wide IP video surveillance programs and residential solar power systems.
Interested users can visit the official website of Moxa and get more information about its products.