|Sierra Wireless announces the EM5625 embedded CDMA 1xEV-DO module|
Posted: 14-Jan-2005 [Source: Sierra Wireless]
[New Sierra Wireless CDMA 1x EV-DO embedded module offers faster data transmission speeds, enhanced power management, and gpsOne(tm) capability. ]
Sierra Wireless announced the launch of the Sierra Wireless EM5625, an embedded module for CDMA 1xEV-DO networks. The new module will be the first Sierra Wireless product to incorporate QUALCOMM's MSM6500(TM) Mobile Station Modem(TM) chipset, providing a high-speed, high capacity wireless data solution supporting the CDMA 1X and CDMA 1xEV-DO standards. The EM5625 is scheduled for delivery in the second quarter of 2005, and has been selected by Panasonic(R) and @Road for integration into products scheduled for availability in the same quarter.
The dual-band Sierra Wireless EM5625 embedded module provides a powerful, reliable, wireless engine that can be easily integrated into a wide variety of mobile devices and offers "always-on" voice, data, and messaging functionality at typical data speeds of 300-500 kbps, with bursts up to 2.4 Mbps. Additional features of the EM5625 module include enhanced power management to optimize battery life, as well as gpsOne(TM) capability, which complies with E911 requirements for emergency location. Sierra Wireless also offers a comprehensive suite of integration services for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), including a Universal Development Kit to simplify the integration process and accelerate time-to-market.
Sierra Wireless also announced today two design wins for the new EM5625 embedded module. The EM5625 module has been chosen by @Road for its line of in-vehicle devices, the @Road iLM(R) Internet Location Manager for mobile resource management and by Panasonic Computer Solutions Company for incorporation into its Toughbook line of rugged notebook computers.
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