San Diego based Systech Corporation manufacturers an M2M Gateway they call SysLINK. The unit is a full-function router, including DHCP, NAT, VPN, and firewall capabilities. Network configuration options can be changed or updated via remote management function.
From the website:
Additionally, the SysLINK M2M Gateway provides M2M connectivity for multiple applications including point-of-sale, building automation, security, energy management, and mobile health. The key to supporting various M2M applications is modularity and flexibility. Similar to a traditional desktop computer, the SysLINK M2M Gateway provides interface slots that may be optionally populated to extend the features and functionality of the gateway. Optional wireless interfaces include Wi-Fi, 2G/3G/4G LTE cellular, ZigBee, Z-Wave, and Bluetooth. Wired interface options include digital I/O ports, serial ports, and analog dialup ports. It is easy to optimize the SysLINK M2M Gateway with exactly the required communication options.
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