Russia?s Yota Devices to sell LTE hotspot in Germany

Russia?s Yota Devices to sell LTE hotspot in GermanyYota Devices, a Russian LTE hardware developer, has agreed with a German electronics retailer on sales of its Ruby mobile LTE hotspot in its first foreign market.

The Ruby, a mobile LTE hotspot developed by Moscow?s Yota Devices, is debuting outside Russia, East-West Digital News, the international resource on Russian digital industries, reported earlier this week, citing Russian business daily Vedomosti. Talk Point, a German electronics retailer, is expected to launch sales of the device to both individual customers and other retailers in Germany via its own outlets and partner stores, according to Yota Devices CEO Vlad Martynov. The Ruby, which made headlines in the global portable router market immediately upon its release in May, enables a user to access the Internet in private and public router mode from up to ten different gadgets at a time. It is also outfitted with a small e-paper display to automatically alert the user to the Ruby?s remaining battery life and notify him of whether and when his network has downshifted from 4G LTE to 3G or even 2G...