At Cisco Live! in Melbourne, Opengear shows how to ensure always-on availability of connected devices for unmatched IT resilience in the Internet of Things age
Successful Australian exporter Opengear today announces Australia’s first live public demonstration of its Failover to Cellular™ capabilities for ensuring the uninterrupted availability and connectivity of network-connected devices.
New innovative feature allows Cisco partners and customers to benefit from uninterrupted connectivity and new managed services opportunities
Opengear, (Cisco Live Milan, stand E44) will offer the first European public demonstration of its Smart OOB™ platform including a new Failover to Cellular™ (F2C) feature that ensures uninterrupted connectivity for remote networks during primary WAN downtime.
Australian technology exporter Opengear will emerge from the congestion of this weekend's G20 Leaders Summit in Brisbane to sponsor a major US conference about the Internet of Things next week
Opengear, which has its CEO and global Research & Development team located in the Brisbane suburb of Toowong, has already had to postpone international meetings due to heightened security and accommodation pressures caused by the global G20 gathering.
Also, Opengear CEO Rick Stevenson flies from Brisbane for California this Sunday, the same day Presidents Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin and other leaders leave Queensland after the G20.
New state-of-the-art appliance offers dramatically simplified console management, high reliability and strong security for maximizing uptime of enterprise networks
Opengear (http://www.opengear.com), a leading provider of critical infrastructure management solutions through advanced console servers, remote management, monitoring, and cellular out-of-band products, today announced the release of its newest console server, the CM7100. The CM7100 is a 16-48 port serial console server able to streamline the management of network and server consoles.
Remote infrastructure management company puts products to the test as it continues strong participation in Interop events
Opengear (www.opengear.com), a leading provider of critical infrastructure management solutions through advanced console servers, remote management, monitoring, and cellular out-of-band products, today announced its inclusion in the InteropNet SDN Lab, part of the annual Interop New York conference held September 29 through October 3 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. The InteropNET SDN Lab, a purpose-built lab to demonstrate software-defined networking systems and applications, will allow Opengear to showcase its cellular-enabled console servers and its central monitoring and management platform, Lighthouse.
Opengear aiding scientists' work with stroke patients by providing instant out-of-band access to dispersed robots
Interactive Motion Technologies has successfully deployed Opengear’s remote management gateways to each of its internationally-located InMotion neurorehabilitation robots. Using Opengear’s solution, Interactive Motion has been able to perform remote maintenance of robots in hospitals all over the world from the company’s headquarters in Boston.
Always innovating under an ethos of openness, the updates offer customers more nimble security and device management capabilities
Always innovating under an ethos of openness, Opengear lights the way with bright new console server firmware and Lighthouse software offering customers more nimble security and device management capabilities.
Highest Partnership level is given to the well-established provider of IT solutions
Opengear today announced that it has elevated its relationship with MicroAge to the Premier Partnership level, a testament to the company's deep technical knowledge and successful work providing innovative IT solutions to its many clients.
Combining 8 serial ports with cellular out-of-band access, the ACM5508-2-L-I resolves remote site problems even faster
The newest member of the ACM5500 product family combines 8 serial console ports with advanced cellular connectivity capabilities, including 4G LTE compatibility, that are becoming standard for Opengear's suite of powerful out-of-band solutions.