FN980 enabled device OEMs, systems designers & their customers to take immediate advantage of KDDI’s 5G network in sub-6 GHz
ME310G1-WW & ME910G1-WW LTE-M modules also are 5G-ready, providing flexibility & futureproofing
Telit’s FN980, ME310G1-WW and ME910G1-WW modules have completed inter-operability testing for use on KDDI’s 5G and LTE-M networks. The approvals highlight Telit’s leadership in providing Japan’s device OEMs, systems designers and their customers with a broad, deep portfolio of LPWA and 5G solutions optimized for use on KDDI’s networks.
Based on the new 3GPP Rel. 15 standard, Telit’s FN980 is ideal for bandwidth-intensive IoT applications, including HD surveillance video, digital signage, industrial IoT applications. The cards also enable device OEMs, systems designers and their customers to take immediate advantage of KDDI’s 5G network in sub-6 GHz spectrum. For more information, visit https://www.telit.com/5g-ready-modules-data-cards.
The Telit ME310G1-WW and ME910G1-WW LTE-M modules are optimized for power consumption, enhanced coverage and cost. Compliant with 3GPP Release 14, both modules also are 5G-ready, providing flexibility and futureproofing. Optimized in size, the ME310G1-WW is especially suitable for applications such as fitness trackers, medical wearables and industrial sensors. The ME910G1-WW, as part of the best-selling xE910 family, enables users to quickly port their existing xE910-based designs to take advantage of KDDI’s networks. For more information, visit http://contact.telit.com/nbiot.
All the newly certified modules also support Telit IoT AppZone, which simplifies product design with advanced yet easy-to-use tools and APIs. AppZone also reduces bill-of-materials (BOM) costs and design complexity by embedding application code right in the module, eliminating the need for a microcontroller.
“With certification of the ME310G1-WW, ME910G1-WW and FN980 module, Telit has established itself as the go-to provider for device OEMs and systems designers that want to take full advantage of KDDI’s LTE-M and 5G networks,” said Osamu Sato, Country Director – Japan, Telit. “These approvals also highlight how we work closely with leading operators such as KDDI to ensure that our solutions perform exactly as expected.”