|Tuesday, 04 December 2007|
CradlePoint introduces battery powered ‘Personal WiFi Hotspot”
Pocket-sized router delivers nationwide WiFi access by leveraging Cellular Networks / using EVDO Cards and Phones
SAN JOSE, CA. — 12/4/2007
CradlePoint, Inc., announced today the availability of the PHS300 - a pocket-size, battery powered, Personal Hotspot (PHS) that lets mobile broadband subscribers extend Internet access to any WiFi enabled device and share connectivity with friends and colleagues.
Powered by CradlePoint’s unique WiPipe™ technology, the PHS300 is highly intuitive and requires no special software to enable easy broadband access via WiFi on PC’s, PDA’s, MP3 players, game devices, etc.
CradlePoint’s patent pending WiPipe™ technology also incorporates features that position WiFi as an acceptable and scalable business proposition for wireless carriers by extending their network reach to an ever-expanding list of WiFi enabled business and consumer devices.
Starting today, the Personal Hotspot will be available with support for a number of USB Modems from Sierra Wireless, Novatel Wireless, and Franklin Wireless. Data plans on these modems are available from Sprint and Verizon. In addition, select Cellular phones, PDA, and Blackberry devices can also be linked to the PHS300 to provide instant Internet access, provided that a ‘Tethered Data’ or ‘Phone-as-Modem’ data plan is activated. Announcements for compatibility with other devices and carriers are forthcoming. The PHS is available at an MSRP of $179 and comes with an AC adapter and user-replaceable Li Ion battery.
The PHS300 is being launched exclusively at 3Gstore.com
|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 04 December 2007 )|
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