I m rookie in M2M field, need some help from you. We are considering to use low cost modules in our tracking device.
Anyone had experience in using chinese modules? I know there are several module manufacture like simcom,quectel and fibocom.
I want to find some cheap price modules with long life cycle. I heard that simcom's firmware always updating, i dont like this.
And I read some news that simcom chipset supplier STE had split, does it mean their chipset will not exist for long time??
Is it an end of life product?
And quectel is using MTK chipset, but MTK start in consumer side, does it support well in industrial usage?
how about others?
how about the chinese support?
anyone have experience with chinese modules?
We are manufacturer of industrial GPRS/CDMA/3G modem and router. We prefer to use Huawei and ZTE module in our products, and they are working well.
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Hi pal, you can consider using our GSM/GPRS module. We are using the Infineon-Intel ULC3 solution in our module and they have been used to perform well in the tracking system for vehicles. You DONT need to worry for technical support with the integration of our module into your product as I will support all you need.
We have a very good business partnership with Infineon, they provide strong support for us and so we can always extend full support to our customers as well.
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You mentioned in your post the very reason why some/most companies do not go with companies like simcom, quectel, etc. Even though they are capable companies I believe your research has exposed short-comings that don't address your personal requirements. You cannot really go wrong leveraging the history and expertise of Huawei and ZTE. They are very recognizable and respectable companies that large global organizations like to do business with.
having just left the Carrier world I have a different perspective. I have seen a considerable growth in SIMcom units, and they're well behave on the networks. In UK & IE they're well supported by EBV. Unless you have large volumes you won't be doing business with Huawei or ZTE.
Needless to say Cinterion & SW are excellent units but I assume you're looking for something chaeper?
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