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SNAP-to-Internet Appliance Simplifies Embedded Connectivity

SNAP-to-Internet Appliance Simplifies Embedded Connectivity

Synapse Wireless' SNAP Connect E10 embedded appliance is designed to provide access to embedded devices via Ethernet, Wi-Fi and cellular networks. It incorporates SNAP Connect, Synapse Wireless' mesh networking software. The E10 uses a 400 MHz 32-bit RISC processor running an embedded version of Linux. It has 64 Mbytes of RAM and 256 Mbytes of flash.The module has 2.4GHz, IEEE 802.15.4 wireless support along with 10/100Base-T Ethernet support. It also supports USB 2.0 devices. The E10 bridges SNAP networks across TCP/IP without requiring firewall configuration or policy exceptions.

The E10 and other wireless SNAP nodes can be accessed using standard XML remote procedure calls (XML-RPC). This allows access using almost any programming language and platform. Developers also have full access to Linux services for administration and management.

The E10 is priced at $199.

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