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Lantronix unveils customised design services for M2M apps

07 Feb 2014

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Lantronix has launched professional services to provide clients with customised product development and engineering services for M2M applications and solutions. The services cover minor engineering to large, enterprise-level initiatives, including developing fully-customised versions and deployments of Lantronix products.

Industry analysts estimate there are currently more than 15 billion connected devices on the Internet from PCs, laptops, smartphones, and tablets, to factory equipment, vending machines, and security systems. International Data Corporation (IDC) estimates the components, processes, and supporting IT and connectivity for IoT, and the related IoT services spending to generate global revenues of $8.9 trillion by 2020, growing at a compound annual rate of 7.9 per cent—all supporting an estimated 212 billion connected devices by 2020.

Through its professional services, Lantronix offers a broad range of services to assist customers with every stage of implementing an M2M solution from planning, assessment and design to implementation, testing and post-deployment support. For customers with existing M2M installments, Lantronix provides comprehensive, real-time device management and diagnostic tools to ensure consistent application performance and operational efficiency

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