Network Architecture 

ESTeem has provided wireless solutions for traditional industries (waster/wastewater, oil & gas, energy, mining, manufacturing), IoT & IIoT, edge computing (MQTT), Building Automation and emergency systems.  Each industry has unique connection requirements but the network types are very similar.

Mesh Networking

Redundant, self-healing multiple network links

Simple Networking

Device connections or single network links

Cellular Networking

Long range networking or remote access

Mobile Networking

Wireless networking for mobile hardware (AGV)

Serial Networking

Wireless networking for legacy connections

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mesh networking

One of the most powerful features of the ESTeem Mesh network is the ability to input multiple communication routes and designate the priority for each of these routes to create a wireless Mesh network. The ESTeem will automatically change communication routes in the network if a route has failed. The new route will be based upon the priority level set during configuration. This wireless Meshing technology allows the RF network to “self-heal” if any of the communication paths fail.

simple networking

A simple network design will connect two or more devices from a single central location.  This type of radio is not used for complicated network design, but is great small networks that operate on a “hub and spoke” configuration.

cellular networking

A cellular based network is an ideal solution for demanding industrial environments, creating encrypted VPN connections with integrated WiFi and built-in LTE to deliver reliable and secure Edge-to-Edge connectivity. Anywhere. Anytime.

mobile networking

Mobility is a key benefit of wireless applications.  Mobile networks provide constant data coverage for everything from indoor WiFi networks to Automatically Guided Vehicles (AGV).  The ESTeem radio can function as the Base, Repeater or Mobile piece of hardware by simple software configuration.

serial networking

ESTeem provides solutions for legacy serial connections using the long-range, licensed radios. These private and secure wireless networks can operate in the most difficult terrains and support multiple serial interfaces and PLC protocols.

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