Certification proves conformity to the requirements of mobile network operators and facilitates the release of M2M applications Eching, Germany, June 27, 2012 Kontron the PTCRB certification of its machine-to-machine (M2M) today announced the smart services developer kits of the KM2M800 family. The PTCRB certification ensures that GSM/W-CDMA devices of the Kontron KM2M800 family conforming to the technical specifications of the NAPRD (North American permanent reference document) are and thus meet the requirements of the operators for safe operation. The PTCRB is a global organization with the purpose to implement independent, technical and standards-based evaluation processes for the certification of GSM/UMTS devices. The tests on the Kontron system were carried the KM2M800 series, which is part of the Developer Kit, 7Layers independent test laboratory. If you have read about UPS already – you may have come to the same conclusion. “In cooperation with our partner Intel we are proactively the PTCRB certification, required for a roll-out process at the for our M2M customers, Mobile network operators, as well as the own PTCRB certification as smoothly as possible to make”, explains Kevin Rhoads, Vice President, embedded products business unit, Kontron. “The PTCRB certification is an important milestone for Kontrons M2M systems, which gives our customers the security they need to achieve a quick launch for their own solutions.
To our clients, which use CDMA Networks continue to assist, we have initiated additional certification processes for CDMA with leading mobile operators. “The Kontron M2M Smart Services Developer Kit includes a COM Express mini Kontron computer-on modules COMe mTT10 with Intel Atom processor as well as an M2M system carrier Board and an AV Board for demanding audio/video smart services.” For rapid development of applications with wireless connectivity Kit 802.11a/b/g/n WLAN (wireless local area network) and 802.15.4 supports WPAN (wireless personal area network).. Learn more at this site: beth israel newark.