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T-Mobile US, Sequans demonstrate LTE Cat-1 for M2M

Friday 11 September 2015 | 09:26 CET | News
US chipmaker Sequans provided technology to T-Mobile for the operator's LTE Cat-1 technology demonstration at CTIA Super Mobility Week. Cat-1 indicates the lower speed of 10 Mbps, now being used for low-power, low-cost IoT and M2M applications. The demonstration follows a successful network and device trial of Cat-1 technology conducted by T-Mobile and Sequans in the second quarter, where the companies verified that LTE Cat-1 devices are compatible with Cat-3 and -4 device counterparts on T-Mobile's 4G LTE network. Sequans' operator-approved Cat-1 solution, the Calliope LTE Platform, is

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: CTIA / Sequans / T-Mobile US
Countries: United States
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