AnyDATA Corporation, a global manufacturer of wireless devices for network operators and OEMs, announced its association with the Sprint (News - Alert) M2M Collaboration Center.
With this association, AnyDATA is joining other members, equipment providers, customers and employees to prototype, test and launch wireless product concepts and new ideas.
Wireless modules such as DTW-200D (1XRTT) and DTW-500D (EVDO Rev A) will be supported by AnyDATA (News - Alert) at the Sprint M2M Collaboration Center. The company will also feature and support other key products which enable wireless connectivity.
The DTW module's small form factor enables product development opportunities within verticals including asset and people tracking, ATM/point-of-sale, digital signage, fleet and telematics, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing and logistics, public safety, remote monitoring and control, security, smart grid/utilities and wireless routers and modems.
“AnyDATA is a trusted name for wireless enabling devices and engineering services,” said John Scott, president and general manager-Americas, AnyDATA Corporation, in a statement. “Our development kits offer modules that are already in use worldwide in tablets, personal location devices and the world's most popular e-reader giving OEM device developers participating in the collaboration center a proven competitive advantage.”
AnyDATA DTW modules reduce development cycles and approval process for device OEMs.
“Sprint's open approach to expanding the M2M ecosystem, flexible and robust networks, and proven ability to execute solutions helps partners and customers benefit from M2M opportunities,” said Wayne Ward, vice president of Emerging Solutions Group, Sprint.
“Partners like AnyDATA bring distinct enhancements to our M2M portfolio,” Ward added. “Our value proposition is built on streamlining the process of deploying M2M solutions, while enabling customers to tap into our extensive M2M ecosystem, where they can choose from a broad selection of applications and expertise to support their specific objectives.”
Recently, AnyDATA announced it will develop modules and USB modems for the LightSquared (News - Alert) LTE network. These LTE devices will enable a new generation of consumer electronic and industrial M2M products to offer wireless broadband connection anywhere within continental United States.
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Edited by Carrie Schmelkin