Multenet Technologies was first registered as an subsidiary of Control Instruments Group Ltd in 1999. The first device connectivity product, the E88, emerged to provide banks with an effective method of connecting ATM Machines to their Ethernet networks. Excellence in device networking soon established the company as a reliable technology partner to some major industry players.
Since then, a range of products has been developed to service the growing networking and communication market verticals in Telemetry, Process Control/Industrial Automation, Building Automation and Access Control.
Multenet has worked in association with companies like Schneider Automation, and Hirschmann Electronics to produce products specifically designed for the Industrial Automation and Industrial Ethernet markets.
These references, together with an enviable reputation as a company that provides excellent service and support, have secured a group of loyal customers who now rely on Multenet to keep their products at the forefront of available networking and communication technology.
To ensure prompt product and service delivery worldwide, Multenet resellers can be found in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and Australasia.
Looking towards the future and guided by customer requirements, Multenet foresees growth by continued focus on network control technologies including wireless, switching, power over ethernet and the emerging convergence technologies.
Currently Multenet Technologies develop a range of Dual-SIM GSM Data routers for the South African and international market. The range of routers which provides connectivity through GSM is specifically suited for applications ranging from low-bandwidth M2M applications to high-bandwidth monitoring and surveillance, and remote or branch office connectivity. Targeted at clients requiring secure and redundant connectivity, Multenet also offers flexible Private APN access as part of their solution. Together with the Private APN, static IP addressing enables simple point-to-point connectivity between devices and networks wherever a cell phone signal can be received.