Maestro Wireless Solutions Today Announces at CTIA the Official Release of the M100 3G, the Latest Addition to Its Maestro 100 Series

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Maestro Wireless Solutions Today Announces at CTIA the Official Release of the M100 3G, the Latest Addition to Its Maestro 100 Series

Maestro Wireless Solutions, the Hong Kong-based M2M specialist today announces the official release of the M100 3G and M100 3G XT, the latest additions to its Maestro 100 series.

Following the success of the Maestro 100 and Maestro 100evo range with over 300,000 units deployed through the world, the new M100 3G has been designed to provide the same level of quality and to define a new gold standard in M2M modem.

The M100 3G features a dual or tri-band UMTS module making it available worldwide, industrial temperature support up to 75 degree, 2 GPIO and voice support. It is also fully backward compatible with existing GSM/GPRS/EDGE network. The M100 3G XT adds support for USB2.0 with a mini-USB connector and for gpsOneXTRA™.

M100 3GBoth designs are coming in an aluminium alloy casing of 63 x 60 x 23 mm only making it one of the smallest 3G industrial devices on the market. Devices are delivered with the Smart Pack II, Maestro’s application to ease device setup and network registration. This application includes much needed features for system integrators such as auto baud-rate detection, auto TCP/UDP connection, self-healing protocol in case of network failure or setup of DynDNS services in a few mouse clicks.

Olivier Bernard, Maestro Vice-President for the Americas, said:
“The Maestro 100evo is already a reference in Europe and Asia in the metering and industrial automation market.”

“The M2M market in the US has increasingly matured for 3G and the market demands easy to install and cost-effective devices for mass-deployment. The M100 3G was designed to be the new benchmark in the US M2M marketplace.”

For more information you can visit Maestro Wireless Solutions at CTIA 2013, booth #6434, May 21-23 at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Las Vegas, Nevada. The device will also be showcased on Maestro’s distributor M2M Connectivity on stand H40 during Cebit Australia May 28-30 2013, Darling Harbour, Sydney.
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