Rigado offers secure & scalable wireless connectivity with edge computing power.
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The Cascade-500 IoT Gateway offers a powerful and cost-effective solution for large-scale low-power wireless deployments. It features flexible edge computing power, a robust containerized application environment, and a wide variety of wireless connectivity options.
Rigado gateways leverage the latest Bluetooth 5 connectivity from Nordic Semiconductor, including their new nRF52840 SoC with long-range BLE. This allows our customers to deploy and scale high-performance Bluetooth networks for today’s most demanding Commercial IoT applications.
Easily monitor, manage and update your Cascade Gateways with our included Edge Direct tools. Access from anyway via the web interface, or use our APIs to integrate with your existing CI/CD and monitoring tools. Includes evergreen security updates from Rigado.
In addition to our integrated device and sensor partners, Rigado helps teams designing their own wireless devices with our full line of wireless modules – supporting Bluetooth 5, Thread, Zigbee & Wirepas.
Rigado has been delivering Bluetooth and Commercial IoT solutions since 2010, and power more than 5 million connected devices in the field. We are proud to partner with over 300 companies around the globe.
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