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M2M device aimed at low cost asset monitoring

Posted: 30 Sep 2014 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:NetComm Wireless? asset monitoring? M2M? Verizon Wireless?

NetComm Wireless Ltd, a manufacturer of wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) devices, has extended its Light Industrial series with the release of the CDMA Light Industrial M2M Router Plus (NWL-15). The device, certified for use on Verizon Wireless' network within the U.S., claims to deliver seamless connectivity to applications that include agriculture, retail, asset management, healthcare and security.

The NWL-15 is geared to overcome the cost and complexity barriers to M2M deployment, and intends to expand multiple connection options and interface formats to the Light Industrial series to boost multi-sector M2M growth.

Built to deliver simple low cost asset monitoring and management capabilities, the NWL-15 is forecast to expedite the uptake of M2M within North America where M2M accounts for nearly one in 10 mobile connections, representing the highest proportion of M2M connections on a regional basis, according to GSMA Intelligence.

NetComm Wireless' NWL-15 claims to deliver reliable and secure CDMA M2M connectivity to valuable assets, incorporating multiple interfaces to meet the requirements of challenging M2M applications, and offering: both serial and Ethernet ports; three multi-purpose I/O's enabling simultaneous connectivity; a dedicated ignition input and built-in GPS for mobile applications. The NWL-15 also features an open Linux platform and powerful CPU to support the integration of custom software applications, added the company.

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