iTalk says M2M router nearing completion

Advanced technologies company iTalk says its inaugural M2M router will hit the market by mid-August.

The company announced a strategic business expansion into the M2M sector just over a month ago and has now backed up the plan by providing details of its first M2M router.

iTalk (Lauderdale, FL, USA) says the new router will initially target the automated teller machine and point of sale industries, allowing companies to replace “antiquated manual or wireline transactions” with “faster, more reliable and more affordable wireless data networks.

Advanced technologies company iTalk says its inaugural M2M router will hit the market by mid-August.

The company announced a strategic business expansion into the M2M sector just over a month ago and has now backed up the plan by providing details of its first M2M router.

iTalk (Lauderdale, FL, USA) says the new router will initially target the automated teller machine and point of sale industries, allowing companies to replace “antiquated manual or wireline transactions” with “faster, more reliable and more affordable wireless data networks.

“We have already received several inquiries about M2M data services and with the transition to global automation we expect this new M2M router to be widely accepted,” said David Levy, chief executive of iTalk.

iTalk reckons its forthcoming M2M products will bridge a gap between traditional dial-up, serial, Ethernet ATM or POS devices and established wireless carriers.

Its product line is to include a PCMCIA interface, mobile M2M router and wireless hotspot.