SparkLAN is a leading worldwide wireless networking solution provider. Established in 2002 with its headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, SparkLAN offers wireless embedded modules and wireless networking devices, offering a comprehensive line of solutions for M2M connectivity.
SparkLAN’s portfolio range accommodates Commercial and Industrial grade wireless module solutions. Working closely with customers, they can advise on the latest trends in technology as well as providing technical support, consultation and modules from customers’ initial development phase through to production, and beyond.
In order to ensure a good communication quality through the air, wireless technology integration is critical at design and planning stage, to ensure solid performance with least inteference on the overall system design. SparkLAN can provide genuine advice as to how you should design your platform, in terms of placement of antennas, operating systems, and even socket design options to ensure maximum versatility overtime.
SparkLAN’s design concept on hardware focuses on easy to integrate module type with standard industrial interface, like PCIe, and USB. With industrial standard guideline to follow, integration is greatly simplified. Software is available with popular operating system like Windows, Linux, and Android.
Certification is always tedious and an expensive process to go through before design goes mass production. SparkLAN equips thousands of certification experience to help you identify the accurate test items that is needed for RF testing, professional system setup, and debugging when test fail occurs with World Tier 1 Testing Labs. This process is usually handled by your engineering team, however SparkLAN is ready to help you if you need to speed things up with limited resources and lack of experience. This can reduce processes by up to 40% length in time.
By utilising only ISO accredited manufacturing facilities and a sophisticated key material planning strategy, SparkLAN are able to ensure top notch product quality and minimal schedule fluctuation control with competitive pricing and better industry lead times.