Eugene, OR Based FW Launches 4G XLTE Skyus on Verizon

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The most technically advanced Skyus to date.

The Skyus is the easiest path to M2M connectivity

Skyus 4G LTE

This version of our Skyus will enable our customers to get their ideas to market with the speed and simplicity the platform is known for, while harnessing the fastest cellular broadband speeds available.

FW, a leader in Machine-to-Machine (M2M) system development, announces support for the Skyus 4G on Verizon’s XLTE network. FW is the first company to offer a rugged, low-cost pre-certified modem kit designed to harness the speed of Verizon’s 4G XLTE network.

The Skyus platform has been instrumental in simplifying the integration efforts of adding mobile connectivity in M2M solutions around the world. Utilizing the latest generation of LTE radio module technology the Skyus now boasts greater radio sensitivity, making it that much better at maintaining blazing fast 4G speeds. The latest Skyus boasts additional differentiators such as enhanced reliability in harsh temperature environments, support for additional frequency bands, and a lower power draw.

“FW is excited to bring a solution to our customers designed to take full advantage of Verizon’s data network. The Skyus 4G XLTE is optimized for use on Verizon’s XLTE, LTE, and 3G networks. This version of our Skyus will enable our customers to get their ideas to market with the speed and simplicity the platform is known for, while harnessing the fastest cellular broadband speeds available.” said Justin Bloom, Chief Technology Officer at FW.

The Skyus 4G XLTE on Verizon performs like an embedded module, but is a self-contained add-on unit. With support for Windows and Linux, the Skyus is the easiest path to M2M connectivity. The Skyus platform accelerates time-to-market for creating connected devices. And unlike consumer grade USB modems, the Skyus has external SMA antenna ports to optimize reception and coverage. Packaged into a lightweight and durable housing, the Skyus makes M2M as easy as flipping a switch.

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