|Franklin Wireless Announces Upcoming Release of U150 USB Modem|
Posted: 22-Mar-2010 [Source: Franklin Wireless]
[Franklin Wireless announces the U150 USB modem, a single-mode device using HSUPA technology.]
Las Vegas -- Franklin Wireless Corp., the market leader in dual-mode WiMAX/CDMA modems for 3G and 4G wireless broadband data communications, today announced the upcoming availability of its U150 USB modem, a single-mode device using High-Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) technology. The U150 is anticipated to be available for sale to Franklin's customers worldwide in May 2010.
With its lightweight (23 grams) and slim design, the U150 provides a flexible way for mobile users to connect to wireless broadband networks. Like many of Franklin's other products, the U150 USB modem supports SMS, contains a built-in GPS receiver and operates with Windows, Macintosh and Linux operating systems. The U150 supports the AWS band (1700MHz), and embedded software eliminates the need for an installation CD.
"The upcoming release of the new U150 modem represents Franklin Wireless' entry into the growing HSUPA market," said OC Kim, co-founder and president of Franklin Wireless. "The U150 will further diversify our product offerings and help strengthen our leadership position in the USB modem market."
Additional information about the U150 and the company's other products is available at the Franklin Wireless Booth (#235, Central Hall, M2M Zone) during CTIA Wireless 2010 at the Las Vegas Convention Center on March 23-25.
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