Novatel receives technical approval for LTE embedded module on Verizon's network

Novatel Wireless announced it has received technical approval for its LTE embedded module that will run on Verizon Wireless' (NYSE:VZ) LTE network.

The company said it is the first provider to have an embedded LTE solution commercially available and compatible with Verizon's network. The company didn't give any specifics on any particular products but it said in general that its embedded modules portfolio can be integrated into notebooks, netbooks, tablets and other consumer electronic devices.

Novatel Wireless said its Expedite E362 LTE embedded module is optimized for power efficiency, thermal performance and weight. Additional features include Novatel Wireless' Connection Manager--Mobilink 3--supporting Windows 7, Vista and XPas well as software support for OEM tablet and notebook integration with both Windows drivers and Android RIL (from Froyo to Honeycomb).The Expedite E362 is capable of multimode support for LTE and backward compatibility to existing 2G and 3G GSM and CDMA networks.

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