See the small Dell Edge Gateway 3000 with Ubuntu Core at the Ubuntu booth at MWC 2017 – Hall P3 3K1
Dell Technologies is today announcing the new Dell Edge Gateway 3000 series, at Mobile World Congress 2017.
The latest in the line of its purpose built gateways, the 3000 Series includes three unique models designed to work in both fixed and mobile use cases requiring smaller sensor networks, tight spaces, and simpler analytics.
Dell announced that the Dell Gateway 3000 will be available in three different models:
Ubuntu Core is officially supported on the Dell Edge Gateway 3000 series. Ubuntu Core is an OS built entirely of snaps , the universal Linux packaging format. With snaps and their transactional update capabilities, enterprises can easily deploy new software onto their gateways with the certainty that their device will continue to operate whether the update is successful or not. Enterprises looking to deploy IoT solutions also benefit from the large number of developers and system integrators offering IoT solutions for Ubuntu.
The Dell Edge Gateway 3000 Series will be available early summer 2017 in select countries, starting at $299 USD. For more information visit here.
See the Dell Edge Gateway 3000 with Ubuntu Core at the Ubuntu booth at MWC 2017 – Hall P3 3K1
From home control to drones, robots and industrial systems, Ubuntu Core and Snaps provide robust security, app stores and reliable updates for all your IoT devices.
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