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eDevice Adds Hardware Products to its Embedded Internet Products

By Michelle Morin for eDevice
Oct 7, 2002 - 2:27:00 PM

eDevice, a manufacturer of TCP/IP stacks for Analog Devices' DSPs, has now added a line of hardware products.
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New York, NY, October 07, 2002 – eDevice (www.edevice.com), a leader in embedded Internet technology, announced today that it added a new line of hardware products to its existing embedded software offerings for PSTN, Ethernet and GSM/GPRS. eDevice developed eDmod, a plug-in module with network interface for integration into existing board designs, and eDbox, an external add-on solution complete with a serial port and network interface. The company developed the new product line in response to the growing market demand for simple solutions in the Internet devices connectivity market.

As a direct consequence of the company’s growing product offerings, eDevice took steps to consolidate its market reach by establishing its international distribution network. eDevice now has a network of distributors that expands over Asia and Europe. The North American market is currently handled directly by eDevice.

"Our distribution approach creates business opportunities that we would not be able to pursue if we did not have a physical presence in Europe and Asia," said Yves Abitbol, Vice President of Distribution at eDevice. "For our hardware solution sales, we have selected distributors with a demonstrated technical added-value; companies recognized by their clients as being distributors of innovation."

eDevice’s new eDmod and eDbox products have triggered the company’s international network expansion. Based in the United States, eDevice now has distributors throughout Asia and Europe, and expects to have distributors in Eastern European countries very soon.

Through its SmartStack™ technology, eDevice’s software is already available for standard PSTN connections, as well as Ethernet and GSM/GPRS connections. The team is also in the process of extending the range of physical layers that its technology can support, developing products for transmission through low-emission radio-wave frequency. eDevice also recently started looking for ways to apply its technology to medical equipment, HVAC and building automation.

About eDevice

eDevice was founded in 1999 to provide the lowest cost Internet connectivity solutions available for a wide range of devices and equipment. Through its SmartStack™ technology, eDevice is revolutionizing the market for (non-PC) Light Internet Devices. SmartStack enables any piece of office or industrial equipment, consumer electronics or home appliance to be directly connected to the Internet. eDevice’s technology combines a user-defined application, Internet protocols, link layer protocols, and the physical transmission on a single off-the-shelf DSP to Internet-enable virtually any piece of equipment. eDevice is headquartered in New York City; the company’s Research and Development facility is in Bordeaux, France.

SmartStack products are available for standard PSTN, Ethernet and GSM/GPRS connections. SmartStack transparently handles the Internet connectivity since the software interface is virtually the same no matter the network connection: the designer does not have to do a major hardware redesign but simply changes the network interface to reflect how the equipment will be accessing the Internet (via a standard telephone line, an Ethernet connection or over the GSM network). A complete reference design including everything from the physical connection to the upper Internet protocol layers (SMTP, POP3, FTP, Telnet and HTTP) is available.

eDevice Adds Hardware Products to its Embedded Internet Products

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