Profile: Lantronix Inc (LTRX.OQ)
Lantronix, Inc., incorporated in June 1989, designs, develops, markets and sells products that make it possible to access, manage, control and configure electronic products over the Internet or other networks. Its device management solutions address applications that manage equipment at data centers and remote branch offices to provide management for information technology (IT) systems. Its network connectivity solutions are sold into market segments, including healthcare, industrial, security, energy, information technology (IT), data centers, transportation, government and others. The Company’s products and technology are focused on device enablement solutions that enable individual electronic products to be connected to a network for the purpose of remote access. Its device management solutions address applications that manage equipment at data centers and remote branch offices to provide a single point of control and data flow management for thousands of networked devices.
The Company provides solutions to a range of market segments, including industrial, security, energy, information technology (IT), data centers, transportation, government and many others. Its device servers enable the electronic capture of medical device information for disparate medical devices and provide interfaces to health information technology systems, including electronic medical records. Its solutions enable security solutions providers to build network connectivity into their products, such as security systems, including access control panels, biometric readers, surveillance cameras and fire systems. With the Company’s industrial device server, its customers can connect virtually any piece of factory equipment to a network or the Internet to interactively access, manage, control, evaluate and utilize data from the equipment. With its building automation technology, an intelligent building can be created, allowing managers to control virtually system from a central location. Its remote data center management products enable users to access, monitor, troubleshoot and manage IT and data center equipment from anywhere, at any time. Its data center management products also provide the authentication, authorization, encryption and firewall features needed to preserve data security and prevent hackers from disrupting operations.
Device Enablement Solutions
The Company’s device networking is the technology that enables connectivity within a multitude of vertical markets, such as healthcare, industrial, security, energy, IT, data centers, transportation, government and many others. It provides manufacturers, integrators and end-users with device enablement solutions for products to be connected, securely accessed, managed and controlled over networks. Its device enablement solutions shorten a manufacturer’s development time to implement network connectivity, provide competitive advantages with new features reducing engineering and marketing risks. Its device servers have a built-in HTTP server, making them easy to manage using any standard Web browser. These device servers include the latest security protocols like AES, IPsec, TLS, SSL, SSH which support the stringent security requirements of the healthcare, banking, and physical security markets.
Device Management Solutions
The Company offers single and multi-port products (up to 48 ports) that provide information technology professionals with the tools they need to remotely connect to the out-of-band management ports on computers and associated equipment. These solutions include console servers, remote keyboard, video, mouse (KVM) servers and managed power distribution products. The equipment the Company’s solutions manage includes routers, switches, servers, phone switches and public branch exchanges that are often located in remote or inaccessible locations. Its console servers provide system administrators and network managers an operationally effective way to connect with their remote equipment through an interface called a console port helping them work more efficiently, without having to leave their desk or office. Console ports are found on servers and special purpose data center equipment, such as environmental monitoring/ control systems, communications switches and storage devices. These solutions are provided in various configurations and can manage up to 48 devices from one console server.
The Company’s other products consist of legacy products such as print servers and software products. It also includes some miscellaneous products.
The Company competes with Avocent Corporation, Digi International, Inc., Echelon Corporation, Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., Moxa Technologies, MRV Communications, Inc., Open Gear, Perle Systems, Raritan, Sena Technologies Inc., and Silex Technology, Inc.
167 Technology Drive
IRVINE CA 92618