Gemalto launches leading edge M2M LTE wireless module with 2G, 3G fall-back

By February 16th, 2016 AT 7:10 PM

Gemalto has launched a leading edge M2M Category 1 (Cat 1) LTE wireless module, which enables fall-back to 2G in Europe Middle East Africa and to 3G in North America for areas where LTE connectivity is not yet fully available.

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“Available in different variants, the new M2M module extends our fast growing portfolio of next generation LTE products for global use,” said Axel Hansmann, Vice President Portfolio & Strategy M2M at Gemalto.

The new Cinterion solution provides highly efficient LTE connectivity and embedded processing for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) / Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

The company said that the solution is ideal for smart metering and tracking & tracing applications that are not dependent on the highest data speeds but rather require the longevity LTE networks offer.

“Sharing a common footprint with the other Cinterion industrial products, this advanced capability module enables easy migration for our existing customers who benefit from the rapidly evolving wireless networks from a single design, and provides our new customers with a simple and cost effective path to the future,” Hansmann said.

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