DSTni (Device Server Technology Network Interface) contains essential hardware components for enabling network connectivity, allowing devices to be remotely monitored and controlled over the Internet or shared networks.
Lantronix will base its next-generation Device Server Technology on the DSTni foundation.
DSTni's small footprint (12mm by 12mm ball grid array) supports the highest level of integration, giving manufacturers the ability to network enable their smallest devices.
"DSTni will enter the embedded systems market at a time when demand for productive embedded technology is growing," said Paul Zorfass, senior analyst for embedded systems with research firm IDC/FTI.
DSTni comes with a complete suite of on-chip peripheral hardware to reduce integration risk and a 96 Mhz processor that will support the most advanced applications.
"We believe DSTni will set a new standard for single chip solutions by incorporating key peripheral hardware capabilities on one piece of silicon."
In support of DSTni, Lantronix offers an OEM developers' kit that contains the DSTni reference design board and a complete suite of network-enabling software.