Earlier in the year, Wavecom (Paris:AVM) (NASDAQ:WVCM) (ISIN:FR0000073066) introduced their new Fastrack Supreme Wireless CPU(R). This Plug & Play family product evolution keeps the same versatile form factor as the previous Fastrack product packed with a host of new features that will carry customer applications well into the future.
Wavecom has developed a new, open-standard Internal Expansion Socket (IES) interface for customers to add additional IO connectivity or features like GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, Zigbee and more. The open interface means customers are able to develop their own expansion modules and customize the product for their specific requirements. Or, they can look to Wavecom for new expansion modules designed to address their most-pressing needs. With the new Fastrack Supreme, Wavecom offers three options: one for IO expansion with mini USB connectivity; one with GPS functionality and USB; and one with IO expansion, GPS functionality and USB. Wavecom expects to offer additional optional expansion modules in the future.
The Fastrack Supreme Wireless CPU(R) also features Wavecom’s Open AT(R) Software Suite offering Real-Time native execution of embedded C applications plus download-over-the-air (DOTA) capabilities for simple, cost-effective upgrades and maintenance, compatible with the recently announced Remote Device Management Service (RDMS) from Wavecom. Open AT(R) enables developers to fully embed their software application inside Fastrack Supreme and as a direct consequence reduce product design, material and after-sale costs.
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