OnComm Rocket Communications Hub certified for MIL STD 810F

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COVINGTON, GA, April 30, 2007 – The Utility Partners OnComm Rocket, a vehicle-based remote broadband, WiFi, GPS, RFID, and OBDII interchanges center point, has breezed through MIL sexually transmitted disease 810F tests for vibration and working temperature. The MIL sexually transmitted disease 810F tests were performed by Motorola Item Testing Administrations. The tests affirmed the Rocket keeps on working amid extraordinary ecological conditions including vibration, warm stun and wide temperature ranges ( – 30?C to +60?C ). MIL sexually transmitted disease 810F accreditation together with the past fulfillment of FCC Section 15B Class B gadget testing further approves the Rocket outline for high unwavering quality and positions Utility Partners for proceeded with development with 60 million US versatile laborers and also worldwide markets.

The OnComm Rocket (www.utility.com/oncomm-rocket.html) is a strong state Linux PC switch supporting EVDO and HSDPA remote broadband, RFID, SirfSTAR III GPS, and vehicle motor OBDII and J1708 working status and inconvenience code reporting. The Rocket is a piece of the Utility Partners portable asset administration answer for electric and gas utility, telecom, link, oil and gas, transportation, circulation, and government clients.

The Rocket and standard PC Card cell broadband information cards give a broadband speed in-vehicle remote correspondence hotspot, gather GPS positional information, gather RFID sensor status and position information, and gather vehicle motor symptomatic data and inconvenience codes. Standard EVDO and HSDPA remote broadband PC Cards mean the Rocket can be redesigned in under 5 minutes to the most recent remote broadband innovation, for example, EVDO Rev B or changed to another remote broadband supplier.

\”By utilizing standard PC cards for remote information, the Rocket\’s plan is \”future confirmation\”, giving critical life span, adaptability, and cost reserve funds benefits for our clients. The Rocket TCO is a large portion of the cost of inserted EVDO in a tablet.\” expressed Ted Davis, President, Utility Partners.

The Rocket can incorporate a discretionary expanded range 802.11b/g capacity giving WiFi scope up to 1,000 feet around the vehicle. WEP and WPA2 WiFi security conventions are upheld. The Profit Help cell sponsor gives availability to cell towers up to 30 miles from the vehicle relying on geology.

The Rocket is a strong state Linux PC switch made in the USA. The Rocket case and edge are fabricated from overwhelming gage laser cut steel. A lexan PC Card cover shields the remote broadband card from being harmed or stolen. A \”speedy discharge\” mounting section makes it conceivable to swap out the Rocket in under 2 minutes while leaving all perpetual wiring set up.

Combined with Profit, the Utility Partners Versatile Asset Administration programming as an administration, in addition to RFID, and OBDII and J1708 associations with the vehicle motor, Utility Partners\’ clients increment wellbeing for field teams, dispatch resources and groups all the more successfully, enhance working efficiencies and unwavering quality, enhance mileage and decrease their carbon impression, and diminish cost through expanded situational attention to their portable assets and exercises.

About Utility Partners

Utility Partners (UA) creates and advertises versatile asset administration equipment and programming as an administration. Clients incorporate Allegheny Vitality, Atlanta Gas Light Assets, Solidified Edison, Georgia Control, Snapping Shores EMC, and Tennessee Valley Power. Utility Partners got an Arrangement A Favored speculation from New York-based vitality innovation finance Braemar Vitality Wanders in 2006.

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