Telit Wireless Solutions has further strengthened its association with Qualcomm (News - Alert) Technologies, Inc by unveiling a 4G LTE offering. The two organizations have also unveiled different versions for the popular 3G modules in Telit’s xE910 product portfolio. Telit will now be able to provide form-factor attuned Qualcomm Technologies-based offerings for CDMA, UMTS and LTE (News - Alert) radio technologies, fulfilling the communications requirements of M2M and Internet of Everything application developers.
Qualcomm Technologies' Gobi MDM9215 has been utilized by Telit to unveil the unique LTE module, the LE910, which will be offered in the xE910 product portfolio. Two latest xE910 modules were unveiled by Telit in January 2013 for handling the rising requirement for 3G solutions. While the HSDPA UE910 V2 is based on Qualcomm’s QSC6270-Turbo chipset, Qualcomm’s MDM6200 chipset has been utilized by the HSPA+ HE910 V2. Telit is also planning to introduce versions of both these offerings that will be compatible with Oracle (News - Alert) Java ME Embedded 3.2. Apart from handling the migration from 2G to 3G, the xE910 product portfolio, which now comprises of the LE910, will address the increasing group of opportunities and applications needing LTE.
In a statement, Nakul Duggal, VP, Product Management, New Markets, Qualcomm said, "We are pleased to work with Telit to bring 4G LTE to the CDMA, HSPA and HSPA+ platforms based on certain Qualcomm Technologies' chipsets. Qualcomm Technologies has an extensive 3G and 4G LTE chipset portfolio, helping Telit deliver solutions in various product tiers to address the myriad of technical and regional needs of M2M and IoE developers."
Telit has advantageously used Qualcomm chipsets for developing the xE910 family’s capability of offering interchangeability between 3GPP2—CDMA, 3GPP—UMTS and LTE versions. Customer applications can therefore acclimatize to the regional technical necessities in a rapid and simplified manner.
Oozi Cats, CEO, Telit said, "The increased scope of our relationship with Qualcomm comes at an exciting time, when we are seeing strong demand from the m2m market for our products and solutions. By expanding our portfolio with products such as the LE910 module we can address the 3G and 4G market which were previously beyond our reach."
Edited by Brooke Neuman