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Connected Things IoT conference
CONNECTED THINGS IOT CONFERENCE
March 25-25, 2019
We hope to see you at the MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) Cambridge 2019 Connected Things IoT conference on March 25 at the MIT Media Lab, in Cambridge Massachusetts. This year, our theme is disruptive IoT. Forces contributing to disruptive IoT include new networks, new devices and especially new busin...

IoT Forum Africa 2019
IOT FORUM AFRICA 2019
March 26-27, 2019
Prepare for what’s happening in your industry — with industry-focused content in break-away sessions throughout the conference. Drive business growth with insights on disruption and innovation in your specific industry. The Internet of Things requires improved security controls and bette...

Altair


Altair is focused on the development and broad application of simulation technology to synthesize and optimize designs, processes and decisions for improved business performance. With a 30-year track record for product design, advanced engineering software, on-demand computing technologies and enterprise analytics solutions.

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Alliance Leverages Altair’s Cellular IoT Technology and JIG-SAW’s Expertise in Automation Solutions. Altair Semiconductor announced today it has partnered with JIG-SAW Inc., a leading provider of A&A (Auto sensor-ing and Auto Direction) solutions for IoT, to develop LTE-enabled sensors for a wide variety of global industrial IoT applications. The partnership combines Altair’s dual-mode Cat-M/NB-IoT ALT1250 chipset with JIG-SAW’s software control technology to enable d...
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According to a recent announcement, AT&T is working with Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security (G+D), collaborating with Altair Semiconductor, to integrate a SIM into the modem chipset for deployment across licensed Low-Power Wide-Area cellular networks. Right now, manufacturers buy Subscriber Identity Modules (SIM) cards for IoT devices. The SIMs securely identify and authenticate the subscriber for the mobile network -- just like for a smartphone. With the integrated SIM, this model changes. T...
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Next-generation LP gas smart meters will be the first products deployed in Japan on KDDI’s LTE-M (Cat-M1/eMTC) network using Sierra Wireless Low-Power Wide-Area (LPWA) modules. AirPrime® HL78, featuring Altair’s ALT1250 chipset, provides LTE-M connectivity with best-in-class power performance and unlimited firmware over-the-air updates on KDDI’s LTE-M network.Sierra Wireless and KDDI Corporation today announced that KDDI has selected Sierra Wireless AirPrime® HL78 cellu...
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AirPrime HL Series supports LTE-M (Cat-M1/eMTC), NB-IoT (Cat-NB1), and 2G global networks in a compact CF3 module for low power IoT applications. Sierra Wireless today announced the industry’s smallest, lowest power, multi-mode Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) cellular modules targeted at rapidly growing markets in asset tracking and connected industrial equipment, smart city, healthcare, agriculture and wearables. AirPrime HL78 modules, featuring Altair Semiconductor’s integrated ALT1250 ...

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As the adoption of the next generation of cellular IoT networks continues, it seems no one technology will ultimately dominate. The US, Korea and Australia have spearheaded the rollout of CAT-M1. This process is motivated by the relatively straightforward upgrade of existing CAT-1 networks, as well as voice support, lower latency and improved power consumption to address a potentially larger subset of IoT applications. Concurrently, China and Europe have opted to begin with the simpler and ultim...

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Approval Paves Way for Availability of Voice Services on IoT Devices in Japanese Market. Altair Semiconductor, a leading provider of LTE chipsets, and Ecrio, the leading provider of LTE real time communications client software, today announced that Altair’s ALT1160 chipset – along with Ecrio’s MCCS VoLTE solution – have been certified for deployment on KDDI’s Japanese network. This VoLTE certification was based on extensive interoperability, conformance, and perform...

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Altair Semiconductor, a provider of LTE chipsets, reports that the ALT1210 LTE-M chipset has successfully completed AT&T’s ADAPT chipset validation process. The ADAPT validation improves time-to-market and reduces the cost associated with the introduction of new Internet of Things (IoT) devices....

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Altair Semiconductor, a provider of LTE chipsets, recently announced that its ALT1210 LTE-M chipset has successfully completed the AT&T ADAPT chipset validation process, which process is designed to improve time-to-market and reduces the cost associated with the introduction of new Internet of Things (IoT) devices....

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Altair Semiconductor today demonstrated GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) functionality integrated in its new ALT1250 narrowband CAT-M1 and NB1 (NB-IoT) chipset. The ALT1250 is the only narrowband cellular IoT chipset in the market today that incorporates GNSS/GPS functionality....

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Telstra, Sierra Wireless, Landis+Gyr and Altair today announced a significant milestone in accelerating the Internet of Things (IoT). Telstra is the first to complete network software deployment nationally to enable one of the world’s largest Category M1 (Cat-M1) IoT footprints and has commenced localised Cat-M1 trials in Australia....
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EVENTS

Connected Things IoT conference
CONNECTED THINGS IOT CONFERENCE
March 25-25, 2019
We hope to see you at the MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) Cambridge 2019 Connected Things IoT conference on March 25 at the MIT Media Lab, in Cambridge Massachusetts. This year, our theme is disruptive IoT. Forces contributing to disruptive IoT include new networks, new devices and especially new busin...

IoT Forum Africa 2019
IOT FORUM AFRICA 2019
March 26-27, 2019
Prepare for what’s happening in your industry — with industry-focused content in break-away sessions throughout the conference. Drive business growth with insights on disruption and innovation in your specific industry. The Internet of Things requires improved security controls and bette...