Multi-Tech Launches New Low Cost Line of 3G Embedded and Device Modems for M2M

Multi-Tech Systems, a world leading manufacturer of cellular modems for M2M (machine-to-machine) communications, expands its line of embedded and device modems,  and routers to provide lower cost 3G options for customers.

The new low cost 3G models of the SocketModem® iCell and the SocketModem® Cell embedded cellular modems are now available for ordering and feature quad-band HSPA. The advanced features and competitive pricing of these new models further meet customer needs, while maintaining Multi-Tech’s high quality standards. The new SocketModem iCell and SocketModem Cell models add communication capability to existing or new products with minimal engineering effort, accelerating time-to-market. Universal Socket format and connectivity coupled with Universal IP™ ensures future-proof designs.

The MultiModem® rCell intelligent wireless routers and MultiModem® Cell cellular modems are now available in a plastic chassis for deployments in controlled environments. The new MultiModem rCell and MultiModem Cell models are available with quad-band HSPA performance via a standards-based 3G cellular modem. These ready-to-deploy, standalone routers and modems integrate seamlessly with virtually any application. The intelligent operating system of the MultiModem rCell allows for automatic/persistent connectivity for mission-critical applications and enhanced M2M communications functionality.

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