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Verizon Wireless certifies vehicle telematics device manufactured by Queclink, and powered by Altair’s LTE CAT-1 chipset

Altair Semiconductor has announced that Verizon Wireless has certified a new vehicle telematics device manufactured by machine-to-machine (M2M) solution provider Queclink, and powered by Altair’s LTE CAT-1 chipset.

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Queclink’s tracking products are designed for automotive tracking, fleet management, tracking & tracing, lone worker safety, mobile health care, remote monitoring and control of assets, and wireless alarms to cover most popular applications via the Internet. The newly launched mini vehicle tracking device can remotely immobilize a car if the owner defaults on their lease payments.

Altair’s CAT-1 chipset employs advanced idle and sleep mode power management. Designed specifically for IoT and M2M applications, including vehicle telematics, wearables, smart meters and security systems, the ALT1160 offers a combination of low cost, reduced power and small size that is unmatched in the market.

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