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B+B SmartWorx products create seamless M2M network connections wherever they’re needed, all the way from the network edge to the network core. We guide data across copper, fiber and wireless connections. We aggregate, convert and transmit data networking protocols both new and old, whether it’s the latest iteration of MQTT for IoT applications or long established – but still useful – protocols like Modbus. We add new layers of sophistication to M2M data networks, and we provide them with new IoT capabilities, but we also ensure that existing technology is never left behind.

B+B SmartWorx products are designed and built in the United Sates and the European Union. They are engineered to be robust and resilient in even the most demanding environments, and to equip Systems Integrators, VARs and OEMs with easy-to-use solutions that will give their clients the best possible return on investment.

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Internet of Things for the Modern M2M Guide (Industrial Computing) How do you decide where and when to begin your company's migration towards industrial IoT technology? How do you protect and preserve your investment in your existing infrastructure while adding IoT... (View Full Article)
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