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U-blox module certified for use on US Cellular LTE Cat M1 network

Tuesday 28 August 2018 | 13:59 CET | News

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Swiss wireless modules maker U-blox said its LTE Cat M1 SARA-R410M module has been certified for use on the new LTE Cat M1 network of US Cellular. The compact module is designed to offer developers of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and machine to machine (M2M) communication systems a simple way to implement a low-power air interface, said U-blox, adding that US Cellular intends to use the SARA-R410M for services including utility metering and energy distribution grids, fleet and asset tracking, remote monitoring, plus other business and government applications.

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Companies: u-blox / US Cellular
Countries: United States
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