After obtaining acceptance by AT&T and Vodafone for use on their wireless data networks, AnyDATA’s DTP-600W module enables high-speed Internet access to HSPA standards...
AnyDATA Corporation is announcing the carrier and agency certification of its 3G HSPA broadband module, the DTP-600W. The DTP-600W module has received technical acceptance by AT&T and Vodafone for use on their wireless data networks as well as global certification by, among others, the PCS Type Certification Review Board (PTCRB). The module has also successfully passed rigorous field-testing globally.
The AnyDATA 3G module is introduced at a time when there is rapid growth forecast for connected consumer electronic devices and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications, as well as remote monitoring. The module format is a mini PCIE card which enables device manufacturers to utilise a standard 52 pin interface for embedded communications capability.
The AnyDATA DTP-600W HSPA module operates globally on tri-band UMTS 850/1900/2100 wireless networks as well as quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 networks. The module transmits data at broadband speeds of 3.6 Mb/s downlink and 384 kb/s uplink.
“We developed this cellular module to provide state-of-the-art, yet low-cost, wireless data communications for a wide array of devices, ranging from consumer net-books, connected Personal Navigation Devices (PNDs) and Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) to integration in smart utility meters for remote monitoring as well as embedding in vehicles for interactive multimedia communications,” said Dr Soon B Shin, CEO of AnyDATA. “Our customers have been seeking a reliable, small 3G wireless module that works globally and, based on initial reviews, this has exceeded their reliability and performance expectations.”
The AnyDATA 3G broadband module is based on Qualcomm’s Single Chip (QSC) QSC6270 solution, believed to be the industry’s first single-chip product for HSPA/UMTS. “The QSC6270 is a breakthrough product that supports the growing trend of 3G connectivity for a wide variety of consumer devices,” said Alex Katouzian, Vice-President of Product Management for Qualcomm CDMA Technologies. “We have worked closely with AnyDATA on the certification of the DTP-600W module and are excited about the new opportunities that exist for wireless.”