Novatel Wireless ships its 3 millionth 4G LTE device and wins accolades for MiFi 2

Novatel Wireless, a provider of mobile broadband solutions, announced that it has shipped more than three million 4G LTE enabled mobile computing products since it first began shipping LTE products in January 2011.

In addition to its mobile broadband market leadership, Novatel Wireless recently received two new LTE innovation awards and multiple Editors’ Choice accolades from tier-one publications for its new 4G LTE MiFi 2.

The MiFi 2 was recently launched commercially by AT&T as the MiFi Liberate, and has already received numerous industry awards and Editors’ Choice selections as the most advanced and best-performing mobile hotspot available.

“We are pleased to celebrate our three millionth shipment of LTE enabled data-only mobile computing products and excited to be honoured as the vendor providing continued innovation and the most advanced mobile broadband solutions in the market,” said Peter Leparulo, CEO of Novatel Wireless.

Recently, Novatel Wireless was selected as a winner in the Best LTE Device/Handset category of the 2012 Telecoms LTE North America Awards for the MiFi 4620L. Novatel Wireless was also recognised as a CES Innovations Honouree in the Computer Accessories category of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) ® 2013 Design and Engineering Award for its MiFi 2 device.

Citing advanced feature functionality, ease of use and reliability, PC Magazine stated in its recent review that the MiFi Liberate “gets you fast 4G LTE data speeds for more than 10 hours on a single charge, plus loads of additional features.” It continued, “The MiFi Liberate for AT&T takes mobile hotspots to the next level. It’s the best hotspot on AT&T, and our Editors’ Choice.”

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