Ericsson debuts F3607gw HSPA module for 24/7 Win7 connectivity

Ericsson has announced “F3607gw,” an HSPA mobile broadband module, which offers promising wireless features built specifically for upcoming Windows 7 devices. F3607gw module consumes half the battery of its predecessor. With this decreased battery consumption, the module's HSPA/GPRS/EDGE radios can remain connected even when the equipped device (notebook, netbook, MID, etc) is asleep. With this permanent connection, […]

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Ericsson has announced F3607gw,” an HSPA mobile broadband module, which offers promising wireless features built specifically for upcoming Windows 7 devices. F3607gw module consumes half the battery of its predecessor. With this decreased battery consumption, the module's HSPA/GPRS/EDGE radios can remain connected even when the equipped device (notebook, netbook, MID, etc) is asleep. With this permanent connection, the device can be endowed with security and monitoring features comparable to a LAN-connected device, such the ability to be remotely awoken, patched, or pushed content.

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