PARIS – Wavecom SA announced it has extended its plug & play family of products with the introduction of Fastrack Supreme Wireless CPU.
In response to customers’ need for additional input/output (I/O) options and enhanced expandability for optional features, the Paris-based company said it developed an open standard Internal Expansion Socket (IES) interface for customers to add IO connectivity or features such as GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, Zigbee.
With the new Fastrack Supreme product, Wavecom announced three options: The first option for IO expansion with mini USB connectivity, the second with GPS functionality and USB, and the third with IO expansion, GPS functionality and USB.
Beside, Wavecom noted it features the company’s Open AT Software Suite that offers 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.
The first products to be available are the Fastrack Supreme 10, supporting GPRS, and Fastrack Supreme 20, supporting EDGE, the company added.
"Fastrack Supreme's unique value radiates from its ability to be customized not only by Wavecom but by our customers, too, in terms of both hardware and software - a true first in the industry," declared Philippe Guillemette, Wavecom's Chief Technology Officer and vice president marketing, in a statement