Machine to machine
2002: MultiTech receives Most Innovative Company Award from Inc. Magazine, purchases socket modem business from Conexant.
2003: First cellular modems hit the market. Avaya names MultiTech Partner of the Year.
2004: FaxFinder debuts and sells more than 800,000 units in first year. MultiTech also introduces the world's smallest embedded modem: RJ.
2005: MultiTech incorporates GPS into its products and introduces CallFinder products.
2006: MultiTech continues product innovation while renewing its committment to the environment by becoming RoHS compliant -- minimizing dangerous substances like lead and mercury in its products.
2007: Patricia Sharma succeeds Raghu as CEO upon his passing in April.
2008: Intelligence increases across the MultiTech product line to enable a new class of machine-to-machine applications.
2009: To assist customers in transitioning from aging PSTN infrastructure, MultiTech introduces the MultiConnect Analog-to-Wireless Converter as well as the MultiModem rCell intelligent cellular router. Connected Development, a MultiTech company, is established in North Carolina to assist adopters with embedded systems design. The organization is certified by the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism, a voluntary government-business initiative designed to strengthen and improve global supply chain and U.S. border security.