In response to the accelerated pace of digital transformation in various fields, the demand for building the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has greatly increased. Moxa released two gateway devices in June and December last year: AIG- 300 series, and the AIG-100 series that lock down entry-level settings. The former is pre-loaded with Azure IoT Edge and ThingsPro Edge software to provide data acquisition and device management functions; the latter emphasizes the lowest total cost of ownership and focuses on distributed energy applications such as solar energy and energy storage systems. At the beginning of March this year, Moxa formally introduced the AIG-100 to the Taiwan market in response to the real-time collection, processing, and transmission of data from the edge to the cloud in the power and energy industry in a news media event themed “Opening a New Pattern in the Industrial Networking Market”.
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