ATG provides our clients a hand-picked portfolio of cellular-based gateways, routers, modems and supporting products from industry-leading manufacturers. We specialize in products that offer voice and data connectivity by leveraging the cellular networks.
These devices and solutions connect the Internet of Things:
Gateways and Routers
- Sierra Wireless
- Sierra Wireless Airlink Antennas
Frequently Asked Questions About IoT Devices
Are Signal Boosters Worth the Investment?
Signals come and go, and if you routinely operate in structures or terrain where weak signals hamper productivity, then there is no question that a signal booster is worth the investment.
Will a Signal Booster Extend Battery Life?
The stronger the signal, the less power required to transmit and receive data. This translates into a significantly longer battery life for your devices.
How Quickly do Cellular Routers Wear Out?
Most cellular routers are left on 24/7. Over time, heat and humidity will cause performance issues. This can result in slower speed and intermittent connectivity. Most routers will deliver reliable service for 3-4 years, at which point advances in technology make the purchase of a new router a smart business decision.
What is Predictive Maintenance?
Predictive maintenance gathers present and historical data from multiple sources so that owners/operators can identify areas that are not performing as desired. This task should be performed based on usage and/or time triggers.
What is M2M?
M2M stands for “Machine to Machine” communication. It is becoming increasingly common and involves everything from vending machines that alert distributors that products are running low, to security systems that relay the current position of a vehicle.
What Causes Servers to Become Overwhelmed?
The most common causes of overwhelmed servers are when too many devices are connected to the net, or when too many devices attempt to stream data at the same time. When this happens, data gets lost, service slows down, and communications fall apart.
What is Fog Computing?
Fog computing refers to computational work that is done at the edge, or during the intermediate stages, such as internet gateways. This is a more efficient method of processing data that can save you time, money, and errors.
ATG Can Help Your Business Grow
Since 2002, we have established our business as the region’s top total solutions provider for businesses. Our customer-centric approach and respectful, knowledgeable team will recommend solutions that address your needs today and prepare you for the demands of tomorrow.
Contact Atlantic Technology Group at (301) 330-6260 for more information about our services. Our experts can help you establish the connections so that you can deliver the services your clients depend on you to provide.