First News Briefs: AT&T, ASSA ABLOY, NETGEAR, u-blox, Broadcom

Mon, 12/02/2013 - 10:42am
Wireless Week Staff

AT&T has signed a global agreement with ASSA ABLOY. The $15 million, four-year contract renews a networking deal with AT&T for a number of ASSA ABLOY locations and extends the scope of the support to be provided to the Swedish company by AT&T. The agreement will see AT&T deploy a global virtual private network connecting over 400 ASSA ABLOY locations in 70 countries.

NETGEAR, Inc. today announced it has launched its first unlocked version of a 4G LTE mobile hotspot device available in Europe. The NETGEAR AirCard 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot (AC762S) enables anyone on the go to access a WiFi connection powered by 4G LTE/Dual-Carrier HSPA+ speeds.

Swiss-based u-blox, a global provider of cellular and positioning modules and integrated circuits, announced the LEA-M8F precision timing GNSS module. The compact, surface-mount module generates a 30.72 MHz reference clock for synchronizing industrial data and communication systems such as small femto and macro-cell mobile networks.

Broadcom Corporation today announced that G'Five, a consumer electronics company and OEM in China, has selected Broadcom's quad-core HSPA+ smartphone platform for its new WG5701 Android smartphone.


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