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Sony Semiconductor Israel has introduced a new dual-band low-power cellular IoT chipset solution which it claims is the “first” to combine the both LTE-M and NB-IoT in a single integrated …

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The CAT-1 LTE modem was initially defined in 2008 as a low-cost, low-power alternative to connect IoT devices that needed to transfer limited amounts of data. However, vendors and network …

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London-based startup FloLIVE, offering global 5G connectivity for high-performance IoT, has combined with SIM specialist Kigen and chip maker Sony Semiconductor Israel (Sony; formerly Altair)) on a new iSIM-based cellular …

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Truphone has combined with chipset maker Sony Semiconductor Israel and SIM specialist Kigen on an integrated SIM (iSIM) solution for global IoT deployments. Altair and Kigen have worked separately to …

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Sony Semiconductor Israel has released a new cellular IoT chipset for NB-IoT networks. The firm’s low-power Altair ALT1255 chipset is designed for LTE Cat NB2 devices, running the Release 14 …

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