u-blox, Taoglas and Sprint announce CDMA M2M seminars
Nationwide seminars in 16 cities will cover technical aspects of 2G to CDMA migration
Nationwide GSM to CDMA migration seminars hosted by u‑blox, Sprint and Taoglas
Thalwil, Switzerland and Overland Park, Kansas – April 29, 2013 – Swiss‑based u‑blox, a leading provider of cellular modem modules; Sprint, a major U.S. telecommunications provider; and Taoglas, a global antenna solutions provider, announce a series of nationwide seminars covering all aspects of migrating M2M applications from GSM/GPRS to CDMA technology.
The 4‑hour seminars are part of a recently announced u‑blox and Sprint collaboration to allow customers designing products for telematics, telemetry, automotive and security applications to extend the product lifetime of their existing 2G M2M devices by seamlessly migrating to the CDMA network with minimal effort. Those customers concerned about the continued availability of 2G GSM networks in the United States can now select from a variety of affordable u‑blox modems tested for compatibility on Sprint’s CDMA 1xRTT network.
The seminar agenda, dates and locations can be found at:
Interested customers and partners can register for a seminar online at:
The seminars will be held at or near the following locations:
Las Vegas, Nev.
San Francisco, Calif.
Los Angeles, Calif.
San Diego, Calif.
New York, N.Y.
Monday, May 20
Tuesday, June 4
Wednesday, June 12
Thursday, June 13
Monday, June 17
Tuesday, June 18
Wednesday, June 19
Thursday, June 20
Friday, June 21
Tuesday, June 25
Wednesday, June 26
Thursday, June 27
Tuesday, July 9
Wednesday, July 10
Wednesday, July 17
Thursday, July 18
The seminars include an overview of the following u‑blox CDMA modules:
- FW75‑C200: connectorized 1xRTT module in the most widely used M2M GSM form factor
- LISA‑C200: surface‑mount 1xRTT module in the most popular M2M form factor
- FW2763: 1xRTT PCIe card
- FW2770: EV‑DO PCIe card
The four‑hour, hands‑on training includes design recommendations and real‑life case studies. The nominal participation fee includes the seminar, refreshments, development kit with integrated GPS, CDMA module, antennas, and 60 days of service from Sprint (a total estimated value of $199).
For more information about GSM to CDMA modules, antennas and 2G CDMA network support, please contact: