To increase productivity and reduce costs for wireless remote management solution within an organization, Sixnet, a market leader of machine-to-machine networking solutions for industrial markets, launched the availability of SixView Manager – flexible enterprise-class remote management software.
According to a press release, SixView Manager’s web-based console enables customers to remotely access, configure and manage critical device information for several of Sixnet (News - Alert) routers. Its customizable dashboard highlights alerts, providing instant visibility to potential issues. The ability to proactively access data reduces the need to deploy staff to remote sites, thereby saving time and reducing costs. Status such as signal strength and IP addresses are displayed in real-time to help simplify troubleshooting. Enhanced security measures enable administrators to easily set user-based access control parameters, upgrade firmware, configure VPNs and update firewall settings – all from a remote location.
Mahesh Patel, director of wireless solutions at Sixnet said that since its inception 35 years ago, the company has worked to develop robust connectivity solutions that improve efficiency for power, utility and other industrial customers. SixView Manager provides flexible monitoring and control to benefit organizations with harsh remote environments, such as power substations, public utilities and other applications where wireless connectivity and remote management of hard-to-reach devices is required to protect critical business operations.
With device-based licenses that work with Sixnet’s broad range of M2M wireless solutions, including the company’s IndustrialPro and EnterprisePro routers, SixView Manager provides a comprehensive real-time view of deployed wireless devices from a single server-based console – at a fraction of the cost of existing management software currently available in the market.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell