Manufacturer and distributor of technology infrastructure and hardware, Madison Technologies, has partnered with InHand Technologies, a new brand of industrial communication products.
Madison is now a proud distributor of InHand Networks products in the Australian region.
InHand Networks is a global leader of Industrial IoT connectivity solutions, serving world-class partners and customers with industrial M2M routers, gateways, industrial Ethernet switches, rugged computers and IoT management platforms.
Established in 2001 with a demonstrated record of success, InHand provides IoT solutions for various vertical markets including smart grid, industrial automation, remote machine monitoring, smart vending, smart city, retail and more.
InHand is proudly accredited as both Rockwell Automation Encompass Product Partners in Asia-Pacific and Schneider Electric CAPP Technology Partners, and continues to define industrial innovation and reliability.
Paul Calabro, CEO Madison Technologies, said, “Our partnership with InHand Networks provides our valued customers with high quality, cost competitive solutions for commercial and industrial applications.
“This program complements our existing portfolio of strong local and global brands we represent in the region.
“InHand Networks has a long history of success and our team is well prepared to offer this range of products to the market.”
Features and benefits of InHand Networks products include:
- InConnect platform as a ‘plug&play’ service which enables you to access your devices anywhere, anytime.
- Advanced cybersecurity for data transmission
- End-to-end remote access
- Compact, rugged frame designed for mission critical industrial IoT applications
- Highly reliable industrial grade design
- Powerful edge computing capabilities
- Feature-rich products, to provide users with intelligent solutions
- Madison Technologies has InHand products in stock and are available for order from 4 May 2020
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