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LTE module cuts cost of transitioning from 2G to 4G

Posted: 19 Feb 2015     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Telit Wireless Solutions  LTE module  4G  cloud  M2M 

Telit Wireless Solutions has unleashed a line-up of LTE-only modules aimed to optimise bandwidth and performance, while reducing the cost of shifting from 2G to 4G. The first LE910 V2 device is a single-mode LTE module, with no fallback in 3G and 2G networks. According to the company, it is the perfect optimised solution for regions where the 4G technology already has penetration rates above the 90 per cent.

This product is capable of supporting the extensive suite of value added services from m2mAIR Mobile that make the management of M2M deployments under mobile networks effective, enhancing profitability and reliability. It is also cloud-ready, which means that the AT command library in this module includes a set of high-level commands designed exclusively for quick and hassle-free on-boarding of the device to the cloud and to back-end systems and servers. Telit cloud-ready modules powered by deviceWISE make application-level data flows and controls simple to program, maintain and improve, noted the company.

The LE910 V2 is a member of Telit's flagship xE910 module family and its second model delivering 4G radio access technology in the 28.2mm x 28.2mm x 2.2mm family form factor. The Telit xE910 unified form factor family is comprised of 2G, 3G, and 4G, 3GPP and 3GPP2 products sharing a common form factor as well as electrical and programing interfaces which allows developers to implement a 'design once, use anywhere' strategy.

The LTE 3GPP Release 9 module delivers data rates of 150Mb/s downlink and 50Mb/s uplink.





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