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Multiprotocol IoT Gateway Manufacturers or Providers or Vendors

This page mentions Multiprotocol IoT Gateway Manufacturers or Providers or Vendors. The popular manufacturers of Multiprotocol IoT Gateway are Volansys, D-Link, Mindtree, SWYCS, PHYTEC etc.

What is Multiprotocol IoT Gateway ?

As we know gateway in networking domain refers to device which converts protocol of one system to be compliant to the protocol of the other system for them to communicate without any interoperability issues. For example WiFi Zigbee Gateway makes it possible for zigbee devices to communicate with wifi device and vice versa.

In summary, IoT gateway makes two or multiple heterogeneous systems to communicate. As shown in the figure, it connects things with IoT cloud for analysis or processing.

Multiprotocol IoT Gateway

Multiprotocol refers to multiple wireless chips or protocols such as wifi, bluetooth, zigbee, z-wave, NFC, Thread on a single board. They are basically targetted based on short range and long range IoT requirements. Short range IoT gateway takes care of smart home requirements where as long range handles smart city requirements.

Wireless technologies such as wifi, bluetooth, zigbee, z-wave, thread are designed for short range wireless home requirements. Wireless technologies such as LoRaWAN, Sigfox and other cellular standards such as 3G/LTE are designed for long range wireless city or country wide requirements.

Protocols such as MQTT and CoAP are used between IoT gateway and cloud servers for data exchange. The IoT gateway can be configured and managed using applications developed for android and iOS phones.

Figure depicts block diagram of IoT gateway. As shown Multiprotocol IoT Gateway consists of MCU (Microcontroller Unit), WiFi or cellular IC, and short range RF SoC housing multiple protocols such as bluetooth, Zigbee, Z-wave, Thread, NFC etc. Some IoT gateway also houses wired connectivity protocols such as USB, ethernet, RS232, RS485 and so on. The gateway uses power management IC (PMIC) to distribute and manage power.

Multiprotocol IoT Gateway Manufacturers

Following table mentions Multiprotocol IoT gateway manufacturers with part numbers and technical features.

Multiprotocol IoT Gateway Manufacturers Description
Volansys (INDIA, USA, CANADA) • Model : Modular IoT Gateway
• It houses ARM Cortex A7 CPU with different types of memory such as SDRAM, NAND Flash, EEPROM, eMMC etc.
• Protocols : MQTT and CoAP
• Short range wireless connectivity : WiFi, Thread, Zigbee, Z-wave, BLE, NFC
• Long range wireless connectivity : 3G
• Wired connectivity : Ethernet, USB
• Mobile Applications : Android, iOS
• Cloud platforms : AWS IoT, IBM Watson, ClearBlade, Ayla, Amazon Alexa Voice
• Website : Volansys.com
• Email : business@volansys.com
D-Link • Model DSH-G300
• Supports Zigbee, Thread, Bluetooth variants (LE, v5, mesh) , WiFi ( 802.11 b/g/n 2.4 Ghz)
• It is used to connect with multiple sensors and devices
• Website : DLINK.com
• Locations : Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East
Mindtree • Model : Multiprotocol IoT Gateway
• Gateway IP variants offered by Mindtree include mesh gateway and edge gateway.
•  Website : mindtree.com
SWYCS • Model : IoT Gateway V2.1.6
• Interoperable and multi-protocol IoT gateway for Smart buildings
• Supports wireless protocols such as WiFi, EnOcean, Zigbee, Z-wave, Bluetooth, GSM etc.
• Supports wired protocols such as LAN, USb and so on.
•  Website : SWYCS.com
PHYTEC Embedded Pvt. Ltd. , Bangalore, INDIA • Model : Industrial IoT Gateway
• Supports zigbee, BLE, 6LoWPAN, WiFi, Ethernet, 2G/3G
• Cloud connectivity using MQTT protocol
• Powered by ARM cortex - A7/A8/A9 CPUs
• Website: PHYTEC
• Email : info@phytec.in


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