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How To Easily Put M2M and IoT Devices Online Using A WiFi Module

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“Econais embedded WiFi modules can make it quick, easy and inexpensive to get automation, data collection, and monitoring products onto the internet for home, business and industrial applications.”
The new Econais white paper “Next Generation Smart Miniature WiFi Modules Accelerate IoT and M2M” is now available for free download. This white paper explains the advantages of using WiFi as the wireless connectivity medium, and shows how to add WiFi to your solutions – including technical considerations, as well as a step by step guide to connecting a device to the web

SAN JOSE, Calif., April 30, 2014Econais Inc., the technology leader in smart ultra low power miniature Wi-Fi module solutions for the Internet of Things, today announced their from the Econais whitepaper page at http://www.econais.com/whitepapers.

“When should you specify an integrated WiFi module versus developing and building an in-house solution?” asks Alex Manos, CEO of Econais. “This white paper explains the advantages of using WiFi as the wireless connectivity medium, and shows how to add WiFi to your solutions – including technical considerations, as well as a step by step guide to connecting a device to the web.”

802.11 WiFi embedded wireless modules can simplify the development of products for the IoT and M2M markets. Embedded WiFi modules can make it quick, easy and inexpensive to get automation, data collection, and monitoring products onto the internet for home, business and industrial applications.

The new paradigm for IoT device development is a single chip solution that is plug-and-play out of the box. Smart wireless modules are available with integrated CPU, WiFi, and Cloud-Connectivity. These next generation modules come complete with libraries of included software and example code. The white paper explains how smart wireless modules can eliminate the need for driver development, provide ultra-low power consumption, and are highly cost competitive.

Finally, the white paper includes a detailed look at the Econais development ecosystem and various module options.

About Econais Inc:

Econais is a module manufacturer and solutions company building ultra-low power connectivity module-based solutions to address the expanding Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) markets. WiSmart modules integrate 32bit MCU, WiFi, and cloud connectivity with full libraries of software. Econais’ easy-to-use modules and software enable customers to leverage the globally installed base of Wi-Fi access points and smartphones to create connected smart products for healthcare, smart energy, audio, consumer and control/monitoring in industrial, commercial and residential markets. http://www.econais.com

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