Senslynx launches IoT bundle

SensLynx seamless failover automatically rescues lost primary wired or broadband connections to maintain business continuity. Photo credit: Senslynx

SensLynx designed its new suite of seamless IoT products to provide a complete and easy to set-up offering. Its integrated plug-and-play bundle comes with everything needed to prevent interruption including software, hardware and connectivity, plus fully-managed services and monitoring built-in through its cloud manager services for one low monthly rate.  

SensLynx seamless failover automatically rescues lost primary wired or broadband connections to maintain business continuity. SensLynx seamless LTE almost instantly deploys primary connectivity to new or temporary locations, while also functioning as a backup or secondary connection. 

SensLynx Seamless SD-WAN delivers faster speeds and broader throughput. This solution is capable of combining multiple wireless or wired networks (e.g. cable, DSL and broadband), into one seamless and super-quick connection that’s unbreakable. Even if one goes down, the others will continue. That means customers benefit from “always on” connectivity and increased productivity to boot. Traditionally, SD-WAN technology of this caliber was too cost prohibitive.

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Initially, SensLynx Seamless IoT Solutions will focus on cellular carriers, master agents, telecom VARs and managed service providers.

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