Telit to Participate in CEATEC Japan 2013

Telit to Participate in CEATEC Japan 2013

Telit Wireless Solutions, a global provider of high-quality machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, products and services today announced participation in ‘CEATEC JAPAN 2013’ to be held at Makuhari Messe, Japan from October 1st to 5th.

The event represents an ideal opportunity for the company to showcase its products and customer applications to the Japanese market, particularly to hardware and software developers in the quickly growing convergent space between IT and M2M.

This year’s theme “Smart Innovation Technology to Create Future Society and Lifestyles,” is in great alignment with Telit’s presence at the show. The company will introduce key data communication modules well positioned for the convergent space to enable a variety of “smart-related” solutions including security, energy, and telematics. At the show, visitors can experience Telit’s entire lineup spanning GSM/GPRS/EDGE, UMTS/HSDPA/HSPA+, CDMA/EV-DO, LTE as well as GNSS and ZIGBEE.

Telit HE910Telit will be highlighting especially those products with clear benefits in high demand by local customers. These include the HE910 series, the market’s smallest five-band HSPA+ LGA module; the JF2 and JN3 GPS modules and the Jupiter SE880, Telit’s ultra-compact award-winning GPS receiver with groundbreaking 3D-SiP design; and the LE70-868, a wireless M-Bus module.

Telit recently reached a key milestone doing M2M business in Japan successfully completing inter-operability testing (IOT) with Japan’s NTT DOCOMO, INC for six variants of its HE910 module series. The products reached IOT completion upon passing the mobile network operator’s rigorous M2M module testing program. Completing IOT testing denotes a confidence level by the operator that is sufficiently high in the reliability and quality of the modules for activation and use on NTT DOCOMO’s mobile networks. Telit also understands that its modules are making significant progress in IOT processes with KDDI and Soft Bank.

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