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Opto 22, Sony Ericsson Integrate Technologies to Reduce Complexity, Cost of Wireless Machine-to-Machine Applications

Temecula, CA - Opto 22, a developer and manufacturer of hardware and software for industrial automation, remote monitoring, enterprise data acquisition, and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications, has announced the integration of the Sony Ericsson GT48 control terminal with Opto 22's OptoGSM I/O hardware, resulting in an improved, lower-cost, and more flexible wireless system for M2M applications.

The new Sony Ericsson version of Opto 22's OptoGSM I/O provides an inexpensive, off-the-shelf M2M solution for customers seeking to monitor, control, and acquire operational data from enterprise machines, systems and equipment. The hardware's compact design, low cost, and multiple input/output options make it ideal for monitoring facilities or areas with low I/O point counts. Applications can include monitoring, alarming, and messaging of temperature, pressure, tank levels, and other variables, as well as status and on/off control for lights, motors, generators, and other remote equipment.


Opto 22 and Kyocera Wireless Corp. Integrate M2M Technologies 

Temecula, CA - Opto 22, a manufacturer and developer of hardware and software for industrial automation, remote monitoring, enterprise data acquisition, and machine-to-machine applications, has announced the integration of Kyocera Wireless Corp.'s 200 telemetry module with Opto 22 SNAP I/O hardware, resulting in a comprehensive machine-to-machine (M2M) communications system for remote asset monitoring, management, and data acquisition over Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) networks.

Opto 22's SNAP I/O hardware is used in applications involving monitoring and control of both local and remote enterprise business machines, systems, and environments. The Kyocera 200 module is a wireless telemetry device for communicating data over CDMA-based 1xRTT cellular networks. Combined, the Opto 22 and Kyocera Wireless technologies create an M2M offering that enables new wireless monitoring and control capabilities when connecting to and communicating with remote enterprise assets. Customer applications can include remote equipment and facilities monitoring and management, supply chain optimization, energy management, regulatory compliance, discrete manufacturing, and process control for a number of diverse industries.


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