What Are Non-Terrestrial Networks And How Are They Revolutionizing Coverage

As of 2023, there are around 1 billion massive IoT connections. While there is already a wide range of applications, from larger scale logistics tracking...

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Advancing Smart Cities: Harnessing the Power of Multi-connectivity Devices and AI

Unlock the potential of smart cities by embracing multi-connectivity devices and AI integration. A hybrid approach, supporting both cellular LPWA and Sub-GHz protocols, ensures reliability, scalability, and seamless switching between networks, optimizing urban infrastructure for a sustainable future.


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Revolutionizing Connectivity: The Fusion of LTE-M/NB-IOT and subGHz in Sony’s ALT1350 Chipsets

Sony's ALT1350 chipset revolutionizes wireless communication, integrating LTE-M/NB-IOT and subGHz for dual connectivity, intelligent network selection, and cost-effective solutions, shaping the future of IoT applications.

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LTE-M: Embracing the Cellular IoT Revolution for a Smarter, Connected Future

Cellular IoT networks are experiencing a tremendous surge in growth as global operators recognize their potential for diverse applications. Notably, LTE-M coverage deployments have seen...

Why iSIM is the Future of IoT

It may seem that SIM cards have not evolved much since their launch in 1991. Physical SIM cards are still prevalent in phone devices.

iSIM for smart metering applications

The iSIM solution is perfectly suited for smart metering applications. It ensures data integrity, for reliable measurement readings, as well as reduced power consumption and...

Twilio and Sony Partnered to Enable Voice Calling on Low-Power, LTE-M Cellular IoT Devices

Authors: Bill Harrison, product manager, Twilio and Dana Cohen Mizrahi, product marketing manager, Sony Semicon IL. Voice is still the preferred choice for people who...

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Top Success Factors for a Successful Smart Meter Deployment

Many factors, including new government regulations, increased pressure to generate and deliver utilities in a sustainable way, a need for more accurate billing, and a growing customer demand for better services, are driving utilities to digitally transform their operations.