Lantronix's New xPico Wi-Fi Tower Module for Freescale Tower System

Tue, 11/19/2013 - 2:54pm

Company provided live product demonstration at Freescale Seminar Series Sao Paulo, Brazil

IRVINE, CA--(Marketwired - Nov 13, 2013) - Lantronix announced it has collaborated with Freescale Semiconductor to demonstrate a new evaluation board for its xPico Wi-Fi OEM module, designed specifically for the Freescale Tower System. The companies provided live product demonstrations on October 24, 2013 at the "Designing with Freescale Seminar Series" hosted in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

"We welcome Lantronix to our Freescale Connect Partner Program, and we're pleased to demonstrate their xPico Wi-Fi Tower Module at our seminar series," said Todd Salter, Latin America Area Sales Manager for Freescale. "The combination of our Tower System with the Lantronix xPico Wi-Fi module will enable the global base of engineers focused on Freescale silicon to quickly adopt and prototype new designs which include intelligent Wi-Fi connectivity at significantly reduced development costs. This should be a 'win-win' for our customers."

The "Designing with Freescale Seminar Series" is a global event series providing tailored live training to embedded engineers on a broad range of Freescale solutions. The events, numbering more than 250 across the globe on an annual basis, attract tens of thousands of design engineers working with Freescale and Freescale partner solutions. In addition to providing the xPico Wi-Fi enabled Tower Module, Lantronix is a new member of the Freescale Connect Partner Program.

"Lantronix has extensive experience integrating Freescale technology and Wi-Fi. It is exciting to share this knowledge with developers worldwide through the introduction of our Tower Board for the xPico Wi-Fi module," said Daryl Miller, Lantronix Vice President of Engineering. "This combination, along with Lantronix' expertise, allows developers to rapidly bring to market products for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to machine connectivity (M2M)."

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