Intrinsyc Introduces M2M Jump Start Kit for Companies Building Wireless Solutions

Intrinsyc Software International, Inc., a leading solutions provider for intelligent connective devices, enhanced its iQ machine-to-machine (“M2M”) Development Kit with an expanded software suite and services bundle to be sold as the iQ M2M Jump Start Kit.

The Jump Start Kit provides an easier and quicker path to market for companies developing compact, high performance, wireless solutions based on Qualcomm’s Internet of Everything Module (“IEM”).

Qualcomm’s IEM enables ubiquitous 3G connectivity in a very small form factor, and in a variety of devices, including: M2M devices and a growing number of connected consumer electronics. Its compact size allows it to be easily integrated into next-generation Internet connected devices.

Intrinsyc’s iQ Development Kit is a comprehensive development package incorporating an iQ expansion Board and an IEM Wireless Module along with a wide variety of external peripherals including a camera, Bluetooth, keypad, display, GPS, radio antennas, and expansion connector. The iQ Development Kit supports voice and data connectivity through one of the following four unique versions of the IEM Module: GSM/HSDPA, GSM/UMTS, EV-DO, and CDMA2000 1X.

The iQ M2M Jump Start Kit makes it even easier for companies to build innovative wireless devices that connect the “Internet of everything,” said Alkarim Kassam, Intrinsyc’s Vice President, Global Engineering.

With our extended software suite, sample applications, and expert technical assistance, our customers have the tools and support they need to quickly bring their products to market.

Pricing for the iQ Jump Start is US $4,995 which includes an expanded software library and 10 hours of development or technical support. The Jump Start Kit library consists of: Accelerometer/temperature sensor service, camera data, LED control, GPS tracker, HTTP Server, OTA update, and server applications; as well as a sample application that integrates these features.

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