Queclink presents network solutions for connecting all IoT devices

Queclink presents network solutions for connecting all IoT devices-01

Queclink (Stock: 300590. SZ), a global leader in IoT devices and technologies, today announces the launch of its networking solutions that help customers and partners ensure a secure and reliable connectivity and thus to provide new possibilities.

According to Statista, the global number of connected IoT devices will triple from 8.74 billion in 2020 to more than 25.4 billion active endpoints in 2030. Any object can be connected virtually in the world of IoT.

Queclink’s network solutions are suitable for a range of use cases such as industrial automation – smart factory, energy, smart transportation and retail. They also work for various “smart city solutions”. These include, for example, street lamp surveillance, public safety, enterprise networks and remote site connectivity. The series of wireless routers combines high-speed cellular connections, industrial interfaces and Queclink’s unique know-how in the field of IoT telematics.

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“Demand is increasing worldwide. It’s time to deploy our network solutions that enable stable and private cellular connectivity for the IoT,” said Edwin PengQueclink senior vice president . “This type of connectivity is easy to deploy in a data-intensive environment. We’ve been proactive in the IoT, which really initiated the “Industry 4.0″ and whose core is to use big data to manage sensitive data. The automotive industry is a typical pioneer here.”

One of the leading automobile companies in China has updated the factory digital transformation program and recently chose Queclink industrial router series to strengthen the first test area. With a secure and reliable network, it is possible to collect large amounts of data, perform edge computing, analyze and store data locally and privately, and make data-driven decisions accordingly.

The WR100 and WR200 series, which are already available as standard, are both 4G LTE wireless industrial routers. Queclink has invested the WR300 series (5G version) in the Chinese market and will closely follow the migration from 4G to 5G and also market the WR300 series abroad.

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