Telit Communications (available from GLYN High-Tech Distribution), a leading international mobile technology innovator, announced that it has been awarded PTCRB (PCS Type Certification Review Board) certification for its GE864 module. With this certification, the world's smallest quad-band GSM/GPRS module has cleared the last regulatory hurdle for use in the North American market. PTCRB certification is a regulatory requirement needed in order to sell GSM cellular communication products in the North American market.
Telit Wireless Solutions, Inc. develops, produces and markets GSM/GPRS modules and solutions for machine-to-machine communication (m2m). Their technology provides the basis for machines, equipment or vehicles to interface with each other via mobile communications networks. The GE864 allows m2m communications to move into application areas where module size is a critical issue. The GE864 is ideal for wearable devices and consumer-oriented location-based services, among others.
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