Aeris Communications certifies 'world’s smallest M2M module' by AnyDATA Corp


Aeris Communications has announced the certification of AnyDATA’s DTW-200D on the Aeris Network.

Together, Aeris and AnyDATA, a leader in the quality design and manufacture of high-performance wireless devices for network operators and OEMs worldwide, aim to provide device OEMs with the most reliable network experience in the world’s smallest M2M form factor.

The partnership will, say the companies, allow OEMs (original eqquipment manufacturers) to reduce their overall product footprint while providing the reliability, flexibility and control their machines demand from a cellular network.

“Certifying our modules with Aeris was a clear choice as it owns and operates its own cellular network, enabling us to increase our collaboration with major network carriers,” says Dr. Soon Shin, AnyDATA’s CEO.

In addition to its compact size, energy efficiency and affordability, the AnyDATA DTW modules reportedly reduce development cycles and approval process for many device OEMs.

Added benefits of the DTW-200 include 3-Axis Accelerometer for precise tracking and movement monitoring and GPS/AGPS/gpsOneXTRA for GPS connectivity and tracking.

The DTW-200 standardised USB interface with enabled Bluetooth supports new product development in verticals such as Asset & People Tracking, Fleet & Telematics, Healthcare and Insurance.

“As the future of M2M grows, we look forward to continuing to work with Aeris to innovate and improve cellular communications on mobile devices,” concluded Dr. Shin.

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