CHINESE PHONE MAKER ZTE has broadcasted it will launch its MF 190 mobile broadband dongle by the end of August, which can attach to the internet in under 15 seconds.
The technology engaged is CWID, which stands for successive packet connectivity, user interface and driver-free technology. ZTE has evolved the technology for data cards utilising HSPA+ networks.
Because the USB dongle doesn’t need any driver installation or exact software, it can set up an internet connection in less than 15 seconds, on the basis of ZTE.
ZTE said, “This new generation CWID data card from ZTE figured out the difficulties arose from distinct functioning systems and functioning systems versions, and considerably simplifies and accelerates the customization needed by operators, farther decreasing their functioning charges and enhancing online service capabilities, in supplement to advancing the end user’s experience.”
The company hasn’t launched a cost but verified that it will work with all primary functioning systems. We suppose then that this will at least contain Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Although the MF 190 won’t arrive with any programs, users will be adept to organise the apparatus and online services from a world broad web client interface, which ZTE said could be customised by wireless operators to endow online upgrades and promotions.
ZTE said, “CWID technology will be used in the large amount of ZTE mobile broadband products containing the 14M, 21M, 42M and LTE data cards, and the MF60 and MF80 3G wireless hotspot products.”