Samsung launches IoT Access Point to target the B2B market

To further its ambitions of becoming a major player in the Internet of Things arena Samsung launched the IoT Access Point yesterday which supports ZigBee, a global wireless standard that provides a foundation for the Internet of Things and Bluetooth low energy. Samsung’s new IoT Access Point supports Bluetooth, ZigBee and Wi-Fi which combined account for 70% of total wireless communication technology for IoT-enabled smart devices.

Since the access point has support for 802.11ac it’s capable of providing wireless LAN services with speeds of up to 1.3Gbps, thus it can be used to provide various services backed by the Internet of Things such as lighting control and smart management of energy in buildings. Samsung also introduced a mesh-type outdoor access point which is merely an updated model of a similar product that was unveiled earlier this year.



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