AT&T introduces family of LTE modules for IoT devices

Tuesday 5 January 2016 | 14:18 CET | News
AT&T is introducing a family of LTE modules to meet the needs of a broad range of Internet of Things (IoT) applications. These modules were designed with Wistron NeWeb (WNC), a module and device manufacturer. The new modules offer multiple options and can run over the AT&T 4G/LTE network, so IoT devices can transfer information more efficiently. A LTE-only option offers low current to improve device battery life, which is important for some IoT applications. Other module variants include built-in GPS, voice and data. Modules are available that support both 4G/LTE and 3G networks for IoT

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