Dell introduced Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure solution, the Edge Gateway 3000 Series, at the Mobile World Congress.
Ideal for small spaces, the 3000 Series includes three unique models targeted specifically for use cases and embedded solutions in the industrial automation, energy, transportation, and digital signage markets.
With these new Edge Gateways, customers will be able to securely transfer and analyze important data at the edge of the network to glean real-time intelligence from the physical world, Dell said in a statement.
Ideal deployments include a vehicle, a refrigerated trailer, a remote oil pump in the desert, digital signs in an elevator or inside of the HVAC units on a roof-top of a casino.
“As the number of connected devices becomes more ubiquitous, we know that intelligent computing at the edge of the network is critical. The IoT continues to enhance customer experience, drive business growth and improve lives, making it central to organizations’ digital transformation strategies,” said Andy Rhodes, Vice President and General Manager, Internet of Things, Dell.
“The small and mighty 3000 Series opens up new opportunities for our customers and partners to get smarter with their data and make big things happen.”
The Gateway 3000 Series joins Dell’s line of IoT-enabling hardware including the Edge Gateway 5000 Series and Embedded Box PC 3000 and 5000 Series.
It comes with the Dell Command Suite and an optional upgrade to remote manageability through it’s Edge Device Manager, allowing customers to manage all their Dell IoT devices through a single tool.