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New IoT E-Commerce Site Launches

By Ken Briodagh

Cal-Chip Connected Devices (CCCD) recently launched its Internet of Things (IoT) e-commerce site, according to an announcement.
“Our goal is to help our customers combine all the technical attributes of our variety of products into an optimal IoT deployment that fits their needs,” said TJ Rancour, President, Cal-Chip Connected Devices. 
Cal-Chip Connected Devices reportedly provides a ‘one-stop shop’ for companies that need IoT technology to power their deployments. The market continuously demonstrates what companies are seeking, a wide range of solutions and services. In recognition of this, CCCD stocks a variety of top-quality gateways, sensors, and accessories from the world’s most premier IoT OEMS. Cal-Chip Connected Devices says it is focused on standards-based IoT technology, with an initial focus on LoRaWAN. “We’ve built a modern e-commerce store that helps educate the market, while offering a variety of products from best in class OEMs that are stocked and ready to be shipped at the click of a button,” said Rancour.

New, evolving technology, along with the growing sophistication of the IoT ecosystem, has led CCCD to the executive decision that the time to launch is now. Their team, consisting of dedicated and highly passionate IoT specialists and field experts, recognized the industry need for a variety of Grade A options when it came to sourcing sensors and gateways. The company’s user-friendly e-commerce website allows customers to simply ‘point and click’ on the most suitable product combination, depending upon their individual needs. “We firmly believe all customers prefer and deserve several top-quality choices and multiple sources when it comes to IoT hardware,” said Rancour.
With one of the most comprehensive inventories of IoT hardware available, and an extensive network of platform partners, the company will have the ability to provide customized services such as pre-provisioning, custom configuration, and solutions consulting. The company’s trained technical professionals work closely with system integrators and data intelligence partners to support successful solution deployments for all customer solution scenarios.
“Some customers are internally staffed and have built their own full stack solution and just need a source to buy IoT sensors, actuators and gateways, while others prefer something turn-key and value the assistance of system integrators. We’re prepared to serve any framework our customers require” said Rancour.


Ken Briodagh is a storyteller, writer and editor with about two decades of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

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