Telit's modules pave way for 5G massive IoT

June 27, 2019 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Telit's modules pave way for 5G massive IoT
The ME310G1 and ME910G1 modules from Telit are designed for mass-scale LTE-M and NB-IoT deployments that feature hundreds of thousands or millions of devices.

Based on the latest Qualcomm® 9205 LTE modem and featuring optional 2G fallback, the modules also provide a future-proof foundation for IoT deployments that span legacy networks, 4G and 5G.

The ME310G1 and ME910G1 are the first 3GPP Release 14 additions to the Telit portfolio and the first members of its new series based on the Qualcomm 9205 LTE IoT modem, which was announced in late 2018. The highly compact chipset enables Telit to meet booming global demand for ultra-small modules for applications such as wearable medical devices, fitness trackers and industrial sensors.

The modules are ideal for battery-powered applications via improved features such as Power Saving Mode (PSM) and extended Discontinuous Reception (eDRX), which periodically wakes up the device to transmit only the smallest amounts of data necessary before returning to sleep mode. Both modules also ensure reliable indoor connections, with a maximum coupling loss of up to +15-dB/+20-dB for superior in-building penetration compared to earlier LTE standards.

"With the new ME310G1 and ME910G1, Telit once again enables IoT developers, providers and their customers to take advantage of the latest and greatest technologies — in this case the new Qualcomm 9205 LTE IoT modem and 3GPP Release 14, supporting Cat M1 and NB2" said Manish Watwani, chief marketing and product officer, Telit. "The ME310G1 is extremely optimized in size, and both the ME310G1 and ME910G1 are highly optimized for affordability, power efficiency, performance, and future-proofing, making them the ideal foundation for mass-scale IoT deployments that need to remain in service for a decade or longer." 


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