Supermicro IoT Gateways are compact, smart, and secure products that reside on the edge of the network, connecting smart sensors and devices to the cloud over wireless or local networks (ex. LAN, WiFi, 3G, Zigbee and RF). The IoT gateways are built on open architecture to ensure interoperability between systems, for ease of services deployment, and enable a broad ecosystem of solution providers.
The IoT Gateway enables users to securely aggregate, share, and filter data for analysis. These IoT Gateway solutions help ensure that data generated by devices can travel securely and safely from the edge to the cloud and back – without replacing existing infrastructure.
UP Intel Pentium N4200 based IoT Gateway / SoC [ top ]
Supermicro's Server Box based on Intel® Pentium® processor N4200 System-on-Chip (formerly Apollo Lake) are well-suited for entry-level server platforms and embedded IPC market.
Supermicro's smallest Xeon Server Box is based on Intel® Xeon® processor D (FCBGA 1667) SoC. It is well-suited for embedded networking applications, Network Security Appliance, FireWall Applications, Virtualization Server
UP Intel Quark based IoT Gateway / X1021 SoC [ top ]
Supermicro's new scalable Compact Box PC is based on Intel® Quark™ SoC X1021 (FCBGA 393). It is well-suited for embedded applications such as Smart Building/Home Gateway, Retail store or Warehouse Hub, Smart Factory IoT Gateway.
UP Atom N2800 based Mini-ITX Box PC / NM10 Chipset [ top ]
Supermicro's new cost-effective Mini-ITX Box PC based on Intel® NM10 Express Chipset supports Intel® Atom™ processor N2800. It is well-suited for embedded applications such as digital signage, indoor kiosk, ATM, Point of Sales (POS).