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PRODUCTS For Network Modular Extensions

Swap In, Swap Out: Why Form Factors and Modularization are

so Important in not only the the M2M or IoT World, but your

whole Network

Choosing the right components for a design is often a delicate balancing act, since you have to weigh the features you want against the need to deliver a competitive price point. This is particularly true in the Internet of Things (IoT), since devices often present a demanding set of requirements. Many IoT devices operate in difficult industrial environments, rely on battery or solar power, and are deployed in the field for years at a time. At the same time, you should assume that your design will evolve, whether it’s adding support for a new cellular specification, like LPWA or LTE-M, integrating a new wireless technology, like Bluetooth 5, or servicing a new region or market. With the right components in place, it’s easier to build a solid product platform that’s also easy to modify when you need to. The right components can also save time and simplify design-in, for faster time to market and a lower overall cost, while giving you a competitive advantage. Evaluating components can be a complex process, with detailed comparisons of operating parameters and feature lists, but it’s important to add one more item to the list of considerations – form factor. As it turns out, a component’s physical size, shape, pin configuration, and mounting requirements can have a big impact on the design, in terms of flexibility, performance and overall cost.  Experience is needed.

Cellular and Satellite

We at NetMaxCo have partnered with the most ubiquitous of communications companies.  Such a Deutsche Telekom or T-Mobile, AT&T as Lucent, VIA Satellite as Excede and Hughes as Hughes Networking Service.  These telecoms and communication Giants give us the ability to implement a truly redundant networking service.

Unlimited

We see through the eyes of unlimited potential.  No boundaries or stagnation.  New borns look back at us with the innocences of hope and love.  As they grow, knowledge becomes wisdom… and so we take our cue from them.  Stay young and be able to learn is our motto.  If something new comes along, we embrace it.  Keeping our mind open.

Cost and ROI

Return on Investment (ROI) is the benefit to an investor resulting from an investment of some resource. A high ROI means the investment gains compare favorably to investment cost. As a performance measure, ROI is used to evaluate the efficiency of an investment or to compare the efficiency of a number of different investments. In purely economic terms, it is one way of considering profits in relation to capital invested.
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PRODUCTS For

Network

Modular

Extensions

Swap In, Swap Out:

Why Form Factors

and Modularization

are so Important in

not only the the

M2M or IoT World,

but your whole

Network

Choosing    the    right    components    for    a    design    is often a delicate balancing act, since you have   to   weigh   the   features   you   want   against   the need to deliver a competitive price point.    This    is    particularly    true    in    the    Internet    of Things (IoT), since devices often present a     demanding     set     of     requirements.     Many     IoT devices operate in difficult industrial environments,   rely   on   battery   or   solar   power,   and are deployed in the field for years at a time. At   the   same   time,   you   should   assume   that   your design will evolve, whether it’s adding support   for   a   new   cellular   specification,   like   LPWA or LTE-M, integrating a new wireless technology,    like    Bluetooth    5,    or    servicing    a    new region or market. With   the   right   components   in   place,   it’s   easier   to build a solid product platform that’s also   easy   to   modify   when   you   need   to.   The   right components can also save time and simplify   design-in,   for   faster   time   to   market   and   a lower overall cost, while giving you a competitive advantage. Evaluating   components   can   be   a   complex   process, with detailed comparisons of operating    parameters    and    feature    lists,    but    it’s important to add one more item to the list   of   considerations   –   form   factor.   As   it   turns   out, a component’s physical size, shape, pin   configuration,   and   mounting   requirements   can have a big impact on the design, in terms   of   flexibility,   performance   and   overall   cost.     Experience is needed.
© Copyright NetMaxCo LLC all rights reserved 2001 - 2017

Cellular and Satellite

We at NetMaxCo have partnered with the most ubiquitous of communications companies.  Such a Deutsche Telekom or T-Mobile, AT&T as Lucent, VIA Satellite as Excede and Hughes as Hughes Networking Service.  These telecoms and communication Giants give us the ability to implement a truly redundant networking service.

Unlimited

We see through the eyes of unlimited potential.  No boundaries or stagnation.  New borns look back at us with the innocences of hope and love.  As they grow, knowledge becomes wisdom… and so we take our cue from them.  Stay young and be able to learn is our motto.  If something new comes along, we embrace it.  Keeping our mind open.

Cost and ROI

Return on Investment (ROI) is the benefit to an investor resulting from an investment of some resource. A high ROI means the investment gains compare favorably to investment cost. As a performance measure, ROI is used to evaluate the efficiency of an investment or to compare the efficiency of a number of different investments. In purely economic terms, it is one way of considering profits in relation to capital invested.
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