Verizon and In Motion team up to produce 4G LTE hotspot
Verizon Wireless and In Motion Technology announced a new 4G LTE hotspot, that they’re hoping will be popular with consumers. Taking advantage of In Motion’s onBoard system, this new device will transform vehicles into mobile hotspots. Pretty cool, right?
So imagine, you’re riding down the road in your car, and you remember that you forgot to send that email to your boss. You just pull out your LTE hotspot, and your car instantly becomes a mobile, secure way to connect to Big Red’s blazing-fast network. Maybe it’s just me, but this seems like very impressive technology.
In Motion’s CEO had this to say about the new hotspot:
We are pleased that our mission critical customers now have the opportunity to do business using the Verizon 4G LTE network. We believe that 4G LTE will revolutionize mobile-centric businesses by enabling improved real-time collaboration. In the case of EMS, 4G LTE provides real-time sharing of video,voice and data that can have a dramatic impact on patient outcomes.
We can clearly see from this (and everything else that’s being shown off at CES) that the mobile industry never sleeps, and always innovates. But we want to know what you think? Is Verizon’s newest LTE hotspot a winner? Sound off in the comments below!
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