Proving the Business Case for the Internet of Things

Intrinsyc receives $850,000 order for AnyDATA M2M module

Iain Morris
March 11, 2014

Intrinsyc Software says it has received an $850,000 order from a “leading asset tracking company” for M2M modules designed by AnyDATA, whose products Intrinsyc distributes.

Indicating that delivery is scheduled for the second half of the year, Intrinsyc (Vancouver, Canada) said the company was looking to use the ultra-small, low-power module in a range of asset-tracking and monitoring applications.

Branded the DTW200-D, the AnyDATA (Irvine, CA, USA) module is described as a “turnkey” solution by Intrinsyc, which says the device will support a variety of real-time and location-aware services over CDMA-based networks.

“The DTW 200-D's ultra-small size, low power consumption, and sensor and connectivity features make it a great fit for a wide variety of applications including; wireless health, asset tracking, fleet management, and many more,” said Tracy Rees, the president and chief executive of Intrinsyc. “AnyDATA's M2M modules combined with Intrinsyc’s design, development, and consulting services, enable companies to rapidly develop and deploy solutions for the IoT market.”
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