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Aeris Communications Certifies AnyData DTW-200D for Use On Network

By David Delony February 07, 2013

AnyData’s DTW-200D has been certified for use on the Aeris Communications’ network. The Irvine, Calif.-based company’s device is the smallest M2M device that Aeris has certified.

“We are excited to expand our M2M Ecosystem to include AnyDATA. They are a trusted name for enabling wireless devices and have engineered and designed an exceptional product,” Aeris vice president of sales and marketing Mark Cratsenburg said in a statement. “Their product coupled with the Aeris network opens up a whole new opportunity in the marketplace.”

“Certifying our modules with Aeris was a clear choice as it owns and operates its own cellular network, enabling us to increase our collaboration with major network carriers,” Soon Shin, AnyDATA CEO, said. “As the future of M2M grows, we look forward to continuing to work with Aeris to innovate and improve cellular communications on mobile devices.”

The device has a three-axis accelerometer, giving precise motion sensing. It also has GPS tracking over GPS, AGPS and gpsOneXTRA. Since the device is already approved by Aeris, manufacturers of M2M devices can incorporate it easily into their own devices and have them ready for use on Aeris’ network and have them approved faster than using any other devices.

Aeris is the only mobile network that specializes in M2M devices. The company has just hired Mohsen Mohseninia, formerly with Logica, as vice president of market development for Europe.

"Mohsen Mohseninia is an industry expert with a proven track record of bringing M2M solutions to market in ways that add significant value to customers," Cratsenburg said. "Aeris has experienced rapid growth in the global customer demand for our platform, and Mohsen is the perfect person to lead that growth in Europe."

“It's an exciting time to join the Aeris team," Mohseninia said upon joining the company. “Their development and ownership of the entire M2M platform, from the core network to the application enablement layer, allows them to offer solutions that provide unique benefits to M2M service providers by simplifying the complex value chain, and rapidly driving carrier revenue and profitability.”




Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli

Contributing Writer

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