The Electronic hardware giant Intel has working on another miniature device, which will give it a boost in the Internet of Things market as we hope. The Intel is currently working on tiny XMM 6255 3G modem measures which is near around 300 square mm and it should fit inside devices ranging from smart wearable accessories and also household objects and industrial equipment, with this tiny modem you can always-on Internet connectivity. Intel has said that it is “the world’s smallest standalone 3G modem“.
According to report the XMM 6255 is built to work in areas with low signal strength, even when used with very small antennas. This Standalone 3G modem also has an integrated single-chip power amplifier and radio transceiver. According to Intel, this device can also withstand overheating, voltage fluctuations, and tough external conditions. The small size and highly integrated nature of the new modem hardware will reduces the complexity, power consumption, and material costs for product developers.
According to rhe Intel’s specifications of the XMM 6255- it can easily work with dual-band HSPA networks for downloads at up to 7.2 Mbps and uploads at up to 5.76 Mbps.This modems also offered a Quad-band 2G and A-GPS functions are optional but it be could increase the device’s size or power requirements. The tech giant has Intel expects that he billions of common items, ranging from home appliances to garment. The company unveiled a tiny computer the size of an ordinary SD card earlier this year named Edison, although the final shipping version was considerably larger.