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IIoT gateway supports MQTT


IIoT gateway supports MQTT

HMS Industrial Networks announces that their IIoT gateway eWON Flexy now supports Message Queue Telemetry Transport (MQTT) protocol, a simple and lightweight messaging protocol aimed at minimizing network traffic and device resource requirements. Initially created in 1999, MQTT has recently seen increased popularity because of the exponential growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the need to facilitate communication between low-powered smart devices.

MQTT is essentially a publish/subscribe protocol aimed specifically at low-powered embedded devices. It targets low-powered embedded device environments where resources are scarce. One of the upsides of using the MQTT protocol with eWON Flexy includes the ability to resume operations from any breakpoint without data losses. In addition, during network interruptions, data can be buffered until network communication is resumed and a client device reads the data. This not only prevents data loss, but also allows customers to manage the information flow to network nodes.

Designed to facilitate the transmission of large volumes of data to numerous servers and client devices constrained by low bandwidth, high latency, or unreliable networks, MQTT is well suited for dynamic communication environments.



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