Telit Communications PLC, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), announced the launch of its advanced portfolio of LTE Cat.1 (IoT) modules in India. The CAT-1 module series serves customers requiring a mid-speed, low-power, long life-cycle mobile data solution for new or existing cellular-connected devices.
With Telit’s flagship LTE CAT-1 modules the Telecom providers in India would find it much easier to embrace the IoT revolution. These modules would help customers solve their wireless needs as they move their IoT solutions from 2G to 4G LTE networks. It helps deliver network-based solutions with cost savings and longevity to bring today’s IoT products into the future.
Mr. KyungJun Lee, Senior Director Marketing Telit APAC said, “Telit is a global leader in IoT technologies and offers the widest spectrum of IoT communication modules, IoT Connectivity and IoT Platform in the industry. The application of IoT in various fields within India has seen innumerable benefits for both the service providers and customers. These have been achieved at a minimal cost coupled with greater efficiency improvement. Our LTE CAT-1 modules have been a solution for all the Telecom operators globally and this we are sure would benefit Indian operators as well.”
Mr. Ashish Gulati, Country Head India added, “Telit solutions are well tailored to suit India market offering highest standards of performance at the most competitive cost that makes it a unique combination in the field of IoT technology globally. As Indian operators deploy LTE networks, our LTE CAT-1 modules would equip Indian telecom providers not only in embracing the IoT revolution faster but also in a cost effective manner”
Telit IoT Portal-ready modules powered by deviceWISE, make device onboarding simple to program, maintain and scale. All of Telit’s LE910 CAT-1 modules are Telit IoT Portal ready, supporting high-level commands specifically designed to provide quick and hassle-free onboarding of device and data to the cloud, customer apps, back-end systems and servers.