Option’s wireless embedded modules now certified by AT&T

Option (Leuven, Belgium), a wireless technology company, on Tuesday announced the data certification of its wireless embedded modules by AT&T (Dallas, Texas). These embedded modules are designed for a variety of mobile devices including tablets, consumer electronic devices, netbooks, routers and notebooks; and fit a range of high bandwidth M2M applications such as digital signage, automotive and security cameras.


Option (Leuven, Belgium), a wireless technology company, on Tuesday announced the data certification of its wireless embedded modules by AT&T (Dallas, Texas). These embedded modules are designed for a variety of mobile devices including tablets, consumer electronic devices, netbooks, routers and notebooks; and fit a range of high bandwidth M2M applications such as digital signage, automotive and security cameras.

According to Option, the certification of these embedded modules will help manufacturers and developers get to market more quickly with new 3G connected devices or M2M applications on AT&T.

The five wireless embedded modules include:

  • The GTM601: an ultra-thin, second-generation, 3G LGA module designed for integration in small consumer electronics devices and/or broadband M2M applications.
  • The GTM661 (3G) and the GTM671 (3G and Wi-Fi): half size PCIe minicards, suited for integration into devices such as tablets, netbooks and routers.
  • The GTM681 and GTM689: full size PCIe minicards, Option’s version of the Gobi 3000, mainly used in notebooks.