CSI’s Asset-Link receives nod from major wireless carriers

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CALGARY, Alta. — CSI Wireless has announced its Asset-Link 410 and 150 models have won major carrier approval and have generated more than $1 million in initial sales.

Rogers Wireless, Telefonica, KORE Wireless and Aeris.net have tested and approved the new models and other North American carriers are currently evaluating the products, the company says.

The Asset-Link 410 is the first CSI digital system, ideal for high bandwidth applications including frequent updates of fleet vehicle operational information, CSI says. The Asset-Link 150 is an analog-based unit used by Aeris.net’s Microburst cellular network and can be used to track truck fleets, manage heavy-equipment or recover stolen vehicles.

Some of the improvements in the new models include: A wider range of customizable tracking and monitoring functions; up to 16 inputs and outputs to connect to sensors, device controls etc.; faster speed-to-market; and more accurate positioning.

“The Asset-Link 410 and Asset-Link 150 are generating widespread industry interest due to many factors including their highly configurable feature sets,” said Stephen Verhoeff, CSI’s President and CEO. “In addition to the more than $1 million of sales orders we are announcing today, several more new customers are at various stages of integration and testing with our Asset-Link products, and are expected to place production-volume orders as their own products are commercialized.”

For more information, visit http://www.csi-wireless.com/products/am_asset_link.php.

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