Telit form factor families support all cellular technologies wtih the same size, shape, pin-to-pin compatibility and software interface. One design addresses different geographic markets .
Elevate your cellular low-power or mobile broadband experience.
Telit’s portfolio of 4G LTE modules and data cards include:
LTE Cat 1 and Cat 4 are available in Telit’s flagship xE910 family. Based on our “design once, use anywhere” philosophy, they deliver they most comprehensive mid-range 4G radio access technology in the 28.2 x 28.2 x 2.2 mm family form factor. This approach ensures longevity and cost-efficiency for fixed and mobile applications, including:
Telit delivers cellular data cards that enable corporate connectivity solutions and pave the way to 5G. Our mobile broadband solutions feature high-bandwidth, industrial-grade form factors that:
The LM960A18 provides high-speed data rates via LTE-Advanced and a cellular connection for products in network appliance environments.
Cellular LTE Industry Applications
The large number of connected devices is driving new requirements that traditional public cellular networks cannot address. Verticals exploring private cellular network solutions include:
Private networks enable these industries to deploy in secure, on-premises environments where public mobile networks are unavailable or not desired.
Telit IoT Connectivity
Get one-touch access to our global connectivity network for your deployment with Telit IoT connectivity plans and management solutions. Telit’s IoT connectivity tools and resources efficiently get your deployment to market, regardless of scale or geography. Get scalable IoT connectivity, global visibility and granular control down to the individual SIM.
Cellular LTE Module Security
Telit modules are hardened to cyberattacks by security native to the hardware. The Telit-based IoT endpoint leverages the security benefits of a module secured and personalized at the time of manufacture. These modules are created with ID, credentials and SIM functions embedded in a trusted zone. The Telit ID (TID), injected in the module at the point of manufacture, is immutable and cannot be moved from one module to another. The TID is used for tracking and auditing modules across different systems. Its identity information is shared securely only through the Telit IoT platform for device management.