OXNARD, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 16, 2013) - CalAmp Corp. (
CalAmp's adaptable LMU-5000LTE product offers users robust 4G wireless internet routing and cellular gateway functions with high speed throughput for data intensive applications. The unit features a high-speed, low-power processor and programmable Linux operating system along with a 3-axis accelerometer, power management sleep modes, and high sensitivity GPS tracking engine. A comprehensive set of interfaces -- Ethernet, Serial, USB and I/O -- support a wide range of advanced peripheral device connections, including laptops, USB dongles, mobile data terminals, RFID tags, point-of-sale terminals and more.
The LMU-5000LTE also employs CalAmp's pioneering Programmable Event Generator (PEG) and Programming, Update and Logistics System (PULS) technologies, the company's industry-leading on-board alert engine and over-the-air device management and maintenance application, respectively.
"The LMU-5000LTE product enables CalAmp's high value user programmable Linux platform to leverage the speed of AT&T's new 4G LTE network. Our customers' applications will now enjoy a wireless data communications pipe with the highest speed available," said Greg Gower, Senior Vice President and General Manager of CalAmp's Mobile Resource Management (MRM) business. "The reliable high speed connectivity, coupled with extensive embedded features and numerous physical interfaces, make this product ideal to meet a variety of fixed and mobile applications requiring high speed connectivity such as remote monitoring and control, industrial and energy remote asset management, enterprise fleet management, workforce automation and point-of-sale terminals."
CalAmp expects to begin volume shipments of the new LMU-5000LTE in mid-April.
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