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AT&T approves LTE modules for IoT devices

Friday 17 June 2016 | 10:28 CET | News
AT&T certified the M14A2A Cat-1 and M18Q2F Cat-4 LTE modules it developed with Wistron NeWeb (WNC) to run on its 4G/LTE network. The new set of LTE modules are designed to help businesses lower costs and improve device performance for a broad range of Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The M14A2A modules will be eligible for firmware updates to LTE Cat-M1 in 2017. The M18Q2 family of modules are available with options including LTE Cat 1 or Cat 4, 3G fallback and GPS as needed.

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Companies: 3GPP / Wistron NeWeb
Countries: United States
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