By Telecom Lead Team: Novatel Wireless, a provider of
intelligent wireless solutions, announced expansion of its machine-to-machine
(M2M) module portfolio.
It added support for CDMA2000 1X and HSDPA with two new
modules leveraging chipsets and ensuring future-proof design and capabilities.
The two new modules, Enabler HS 3001 (1X) and HS 3002
(HSDPA), build on the design of the Enfora Enabler series. Novatel Wireless’
CDMA2000 1X and GSM/GPRS/EDGE/HSDPA low power platforms deliver small size and
performance, reliable connectivity, and device intelligence needed for
demanding M2M applications.
These solutions are ideal for security, telemetry, POS,
mHealth, AVL and AMI/AMR market segments looking for high reliability and a
common design across multiple technologies.
“Our proven form factor is compatible across
CDMA2000 1X, GSM/GPRS, and GSM/GPRS/EDGE/HSDPA modules, allowing manufacturers
tremendous flexibility and versatility in developing and deploying solutions
targeting global markets,” said Rob Hadley, CMO of Novatel Wireless.
“Our common 100-pin connector and modular
architecture is shared across these platforms and optionally powered by a
programmable rules engine. We are focused on ease of migration with a proven
architecture that supports rapid product development, robustness in the field,
and scalability as our customers’ needs grow,” Hadley added.
The platforms are fully compatible with Novatel Wireless’
service delivery platform — the N4A Communications and Management Software (CMS)
solution. The robust CMS solution allows device provisioning, monitoring, and
remote configuration from anywhere in the world.