Telit Gets Go-Ahead From Deutsche Telekom for IoT Modules

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Telit Gets Go-Ahead From Deutsche Telekom for IoT Modules

IoT-enabler Telit announced that Deutsche Telekom AG has NB-IoT certified its ML865C1-EA and ME910C1-WW IoT modules. Telit now has five modules certified for NB-IoT use on Deutsche Telekom’s network, giving European integrators and OEM’s new opportunities for future-proofing their IoT investments, maximizing battery life and connectivity deep inside buildings.

The ML865C1-EA and ME910C1-WW are suitable for IoT applications such as smart metering, security/surveillance, point of sale, health monitoring, fleet management, asset tracking and wearable trackers, as well as fitness and wellness devices. They both are members of Telit’s xE910 and xL865 families. Many existing applications can be upgraded with a drop-in replacement of 2G, 3G and the LTE modules from the same family.

The “design-once-use-anywhere” philosophy allows developers to cut costs and development time by simply designing for the xE910 LGA and xL865 VQFN common form factors – this gives them freedom to deploy technologies and feature sets best suited to their target markets.

Deutsche Telekom is committed to work with partners like Telit to connect enterprises to the opportunities of today and tomorrow. Through our certification processes, we ensure that we provide best-in-class connectivity for our customers. Telit and its high-quality products are a strong addition to our rapidly growing portfolio of IoT certified modules,

said Uday Patil, Lead of IoT Devices, and Wayne Gilbert, Integration and Validation.

With these additional certifications, Telit offers the market the widest selection of multi-mode modules approved for use on Deutsche Telekom’s next-generation NB-IoT network,

said Marco Argenton, Head of Product Management – Cellular, Telit. “This highlights Telit’s longstanding partnership with Deutsche Telekom to give IoT integrators, providers and their customers the breakthrough foundational technologies they need to power innovation.”

Author: Tim Cole
Image Credit: Telit


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