Telit Wireless Solutions, Inc., the U.S.-based mobile technology arm of Telit Communications (AIM: TCM), announced today that the world’s smallest GSM/GPRS M2M (machine-to-machine) communications module, Telit’s GE865-QUAD, was selected by Quake Global, Inc., a leading manufacturer of satellite data modems for tracking, monitoring, and controlling industrial assets, to remotely connect QUAKE’s Q-Pro and Q4000 smart modems to cellular networks for expanded asset tracking and increased reliability. Designed to remotely track, monitor and control valuable mobile assets like heavy equipment, trucks, locomotives, rail cars and shipping containers, the industrial strength Q-Pro and Q4000 can be accessed from anywhere in the world. These fully programmable devices can be integrated into existing applications or act as complete standalone solutions. With a form factor of only 22 x 22 x 3 mm and optimized power consumption, Telit’s GE865-QUAD is the ideal module for QUAKE’s compact Q-Pro and Q4000. “While the miniature size of Telit’s module allowed us to design even more compact asset tracking devices, our selection was ultimately based on Telit’s proven record around its Ball-Grid Array (BGA) installation concept, low power draw, and excellent design support,” said Sergio Ramos, Chief Technology Officer of Quake Global, Inc. “Telit’s commitment to quality will enable us to deliver effective, reliable products to our customers.” The Q-Pro and Q4000 have earned PTCRB certification, and are immediately available for deployment on select cellular networks in the U.S. They each feature an array of customizable options to provide made-to-order, cost-effective solutions for OEMs, value added resellers and end customers. Among the various options, QUAKE customers can use both satellite and GSM/GPRS wireless delivery systems to track locations, as well as optional GPS capabilities that include sophisticated geo-fencing. QUAKE’s Q-Pro and Q4000 are ideal solutions for monitoring mobile assets as they feature a small, rugged form factor and can withstand extreme shocks and sustained vibration levels. In customizing these units for integration with a specific application, customers can select from an array of features including a J1939 CAN BUS, analog inputs, additional general purpose inputs/outputs, relays, or a programmable ARM processor that is fully supported by an application programmer’s interface.