Novatel Wireless Secures Certification for MiFi Powered M2M Device on North American Carriers and in Europe, Middle East and Africa

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Novatel Wireless Secures Certification for MiFi Powered M2M Device on North American Carriers and in Europe, Middle East and Africa

Novatel Wireless Inc. today announced that the SA 2100, an advanced MiFi® Powered™ M2M device, has received certification for Verizon Wireless’ network as well as certifications from Conformité Européenne (CE), the Global Certification Forum (GCF) and PTCRB to operate in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

Highlights:

  • The SA 2100 brings the power and stability of the MiFi platform, N4A™ Device Manager and N4A Communications and Management Software (CMS) to provide gateway solutions for numerous deployments including aftermarket telematics, connected car, digital signage, security and other high bandwidth applications.
  • MiFi Powered SA 2100: The SA 2100 is a programmable M2M gateway solution for commercial and consumer telematics as well as fixed telemetry markets. Designed for high-bandwidth M2M applications, the SA 2100 enables Internet connectivity via 4G LTE or DC-HSPA+ for Ethernet, USB and Wi-Fi enabled solutions in vertical markets such as telemetry, fleet management, connected car, digital signage, remote monitoring and control.
  • N4A Device Manager: Novatel Wireless’ robust M2M software offerings quickly build connectivity from Internet Protocol-enabled remote assets to existing enterprise applications, accelerating customer application integration. The N4A Device Manager is a robust environment for the management, configuration, self-care and support of Novatel Wireless M2M devices.

Rob Hadley, Chief Marketing Officer, Novatel Wireless, said:

“By expanding our certification on the Verizon Network and for overseas carriers, we expand the portfolio offering in both the US and abroad for the SA 2100. The SA 2100 is a powerful and flexible product that addresses customer needs in both telemetry and aftermarket telematics markets.”

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