Stay informed about various topics related to connectivity in our Blog section. Here we cover multiple subjects related to our devices, software, and the IoT market as a whole.
What are the differences between traditional VPN solutions and cloud based VPN? How does the Cloud-based VPN solution work? Come and learn more here!
This blog introduces the concept of protocol, and explains what Modbus protocol is, how Modbus protocol can be used in the industry and why it can be so popular.
What’s port mapping? What functions does it have? Click this blog to learn more!
What is CAN bus? How does it work? How does it benefit vehicle networking and diagnostics?
A command ping is often used in network construction or troubleshooting. What is ping? What is its working principle?
Want to know about the interfaces on the Switch? What is a Fiber connector & an Ethernet port? What is the difference between these two? Let’s find out more here!
With the rapid development of wireless technology, in terms of wireless communication, there are several options according to the distances, such as bluetooth, Zigbee, WiFi, 3G/4G/5G, microwave and satellite (starlink). What are the differences between these types of wireless communication technology?
While speaking of data transaction, perhaps DTU is one of the most frequently mentioned term that you may notice. So, what is DTU? what does DTU stand for? what functions does it have?
“Cloud + Edge” coordinated ecosystem – it was born with the increasing development of industrial IoT (IIoT). What kinds of functions does it have? What’s the whole operation mechanism of this ecosystem? How to improve work efficiency by adopting “Cloud + Edge” ecosystem?
How do the IP packets traveling through the Internet, like cars on the highway, get to their destination?
Speaking of OSPF, what’s the meaning of it? What is it used for? How does it work? Let’s learn more here!
The failover mechanism is used to increase the reliability and availability of networking devices by configuring several methods to provide redundant implementations.