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Cinterion bringt M2M-Modul auf der Grundlage des Intel®-Chipsatzes für drahtlose Kommunikation auf den Markt

Cinterion, die M2M-Sparte von Gemalto (Euronext NL 0000400653 GTO) und der weltweit führende Anbieter von Technologien für die Machine-to-Machine-Kommunikation, brachte heute seine erste Serie von M2M-Modulen im praktischen PCI Express® Mini-Kartenformat auf den Markt. Die neue Lösung beinhaltet die neueste Chipsatztechnologie von Intel® und stattet industrielle Elektroniklösungen schnell und kosteneffektiv mit drahtlosen Verbindungsfähigkeiten aus. Nach ihrer einfachen „Plug&Play“-Installation können Geräte, wie z. B. Verkaufsautomaten, Inventar- und Statusmeldungen senden oder digitale Anzeigetafeln neue Werbekampagnen per Mobilfunk herunterladen. Das Aufsichtspersonal wird in Echtzeit benachrichtigt, wenn Produktbestände aufgefüllt werden müssen oder Lieferungen aufgeschoben werden können, was die Betriebstätigkeiten optimiert und Zeit und Fahrtkosten spart.

Mit den neuen Produktserien EHS5 miniPCIe und BGS2 miniPCIe hilft Cinterion seinen globalen Partnern aus der Intel Intelligent Systems Alliance (IISA) und Originalgeräteherstellern (OEM), innovative M2M-Anwendungen einfacher zu gestalten und schneller zu entwickeln. Das Gerät kombiniert marktbewährte Cinterion-Module mit einem langlebigen Intel-Chipsatz und einem standardkonformen PCI Express Mini Card-Systemanschluss, um die Mobilfunkkonnektivität zu vereinfachen und einen problemlosen Zugang zu Clouddiensten herzustellen. Das auf die Ansprüche extremer industrieller Betriebsumgebungen ausgelegte Gerät ist eine zuverlässige Lösung für Maschinen, die unter freiem Himmel Schnee und Eis ausgesetzt sind oder die in Industrieanlagen ohne Heizungs- und Kühlsysteme laufen. Es lässt sich auf Anfrage individuell anpassen und mit verlöteten Maschinenidentifikationsmodulen (MIM) für zusätzliche Sicherheit ausstatten.

„Cinterions Fähigkeit, kostengünstige, M2M-fähige Lösungen für die breite Vielfalt auf Intel basierender Systeme bereitzustellen, ist ein wichtiger Bestandteil der Bemühungen, unsere ISA-Partner von M2M-Lösungen zu überzeugen“, sagte Helmut Vogler, Vice President und General Manager of Mobile and Wireless Sales der Intel Corporation. „Im Rahmen des Intelligent System Frameworks wird Intel die Einführung dieser interessanten neuen Cinterion-Lösungen in die vielfältigen und wachstumsstarken Märkte für vernetzte Systeme fördern. Als ein neuer Geschäftsbereich von Gemalto versteht Cinterion die Bedürfnisse des M2M-Marktes und ist ein wichtiger strategischer Partner, der uns bei der Entwicklung drahtloser Technologien für industrielle Anwendungsbereiche hilft.“

„Unsere wachsende Beziehung zu Intel hat in diesem Jahr drei neue Cinterion-ISA-Produktangebote hervorgebracht, die den Mitgliedern der Allianz sichere Konnektivitätsfähigkeiten bieten und die Installation am Einsatzort vereinfachen“, sagte Norbert Muhrer, Senior Vice President des Cinterion M2M-Segments von Gemalto. „Die Cinterion M2M miniPCIe ist eine neue Produktfamilie, die speziell auf Kunden abzielt, welche Intel-Prozessoren verwenden und nahtlos vernetzte intelligente Systeme realisieren wollen. Indem wir ihnen die einfachste Möglichkeit für die Verbindung industrieller Systeme mit Clouddiensten bieten, unterstützt Cinterion eine neue Art intelligenter Unternehmensdienste für die Zukunft.“

Über Cinterion, ein Unternehmen der Gemalto-Gruppe

Cinterion (Euronext NL 0000400653 GTO) ist seit mehr als 15 Jahren Vorreiter und Marktführer auf dem Gebiet der drahtlosen M2M-Kommunikation (Machine-to-Machine) und steht für das M2M-Segment von Gemalto. Durch die Bereitstellung von Know-how, Sicherheit, einfachen Lösungen und partnerschaftlicher Zusammenarbeit bietet Cinterion Unternehmen die Grundlage für geschäftliche Erfolge in einem komplexen M2M-Ökosystem. Über drahtlose Netzwerke verbinden die preisgekrönten Produkte und Dienstleistungen von Cinterion Menschen, Maschinen, Geräte und Fahrzeuge. Sie unterstützen Unternehmen bei der Vereinfachung ihrer Prozesse, erhöhen die Effizienz und dienen der Einführung neuer Geschäftsmodelle. Gerätehersteller, Systemintegratoren, Mobilfunkbetreiber und Endnutzer vertrauen auf Cinterion, wenn es um innovative drahtlose M2M-Kommunikationsmodule, MIM (Machine Identification Modules), Personalisierungsfunktionen von MIM sowie eine verlässliche, sichere und cloud-basierte Plattform zur Bereitstellung von Diensten für M2M-Anwendungen geht. Die Produkte von Cinterion ermöglichen die Nutzung der Mobilfunkkommunikation in verschiedensten Branchen: Telematik und Automobil, Tracking und Tracing, Industrial Mobile Computing, Messtechnik, intelligente Netze, Zahlungssysteme, Gesundheitswesen, Sicherheitssysteme, Router und Gateways, Fernwartung und -steuerung usw.

Über Gemalto

Gemalto (Euronext NL 0000400653 GTO) ist das weltweit führende Unternehmen auf dem Gebiet der digitalen Sicherheit. Das Unternehmen erzielte 2011 einen Jahresumsatz von 2 Milliarden Euro. Gemalto beschäftigt über 10.000 Mitarbeiter in insgesamt 74 Niederlassungen und 14 Forschungs- und Service-Zentren in 43 Ländern.

Gemalto ist ein integraler Bestandteil der entstehenden digitalen Gesellschaft. Milliarden von Menschen weltweit wollen heute überall, jederzeit und uneingeschränkt kommunizieren, reisen, einkaufen, Bankgeschäfte erledigen, unterhalten werden oder arbeiten - und das so einfach, angenehm und sicher wie möglich. Gemalto erfüllt die wachsenden Anforderungen an individuelle mobile Serviceleistungen, Identitätsschutz, sichere Zahlungslösungen, authentifizierte Onlinedienste, Zugang zu Cloud-Computing, moderne Transportlösungen, M2M-Kommunikationsanwendungen sowie elektronische Gesundheits- und Behördendienste.

Gemalto entwickelt sichere Softwarelösungen zur Ausführung auf vertrauenswürdigen Geräten, die das Unternehmen selbst entwickelt, konzipiert und personalisiert. Während des gesamten Lebenszyklus verwaltet Gemalto diese Geräte, die darauf enthaltenen vertraulichen Daten sowie die ermöglichten Services. Durch kontinuierliche Innovationen versetzt Gemalto seine Kunden in die Lage, attraktive Angebote für das digitale Leben zu machen.

Die Endanwender profitieren vom Komfort und der Sicherheit dieser Lösungen. Da immer mehr Menschen die Software und die sicheren Geräte von Gemalto nutzen, erzielt das Unternehmen hohe Wachstumszahlen.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter www.gemalto.com, www.justaskgemalto.com, blog.gemalto.com oder folgen Sie uns auf Twitter: @gemalto.

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