Design once and migrate to 4G with our broad range of cellular modules.
U.S. and European operators have begun to sunset 3G networks. Start migrating your IoT devices to avoid service disruptions and costly last-minute fixes. We design our modules for worldwide and regional reuse. Migrate your applications easily from 2G and 3G to 4G LTE Cat 1, Cat 4, LTE-M and NB-IoT.
The GE910-QUAD V3 module is a quad-band GSM/GPRS-embedded module designed for the global 2G market. It delivers GPRS Class 10, 3GPP Release 4-compliant data communication capabilities in our xE910 form factor. This module features a pin-to-pin migration path across 4G wireless technologies.
The GL865 V3.1 is a quad-band GSM/GPRS-embedded module designed for the global 2G market. The Telit xL865 family is designed for low- and high-volume IoT devices. Its ultracompact package allows integration into small footprints.
Telit IoT Connectivity
Get one-touch access to your global connectivity network with Telit IoT connectivity plans and management solutions. Telit’s IoT connectivity tools and resources efficiently get yourdeployment to market, regardless of scale or stage. Get scalable IoT connectivity, global visibility and granular control down to the individual SIM.
Telit offers various connectivity solutions to help you through the 2G and 3G sunsets, including:
Telit also offers plans that provide access to multiple tier-one LTE networks. These multicarrier plans will mitigate risks for devices in 4G coverage after the switch.
Migrate to VoLTE to Avoid Disruption
Numerous consumer and business applications still rely on 3G networks for voice communication, including:
The devices themselves may be LTE. In many cases, they’re running voice on 3G networks, which means voice service will be disrupted and ended with the 3G network sunset.
Businesses need to identify every 3G voice device and connection and build a roadmap to full LTE to avoid surprises. That means migrating to Voice over LTE (VoLTE) to improve voice quality and eliminate service disruptions for voice applications.
Looking Forward to 5G
On the bright side, 5G offers a more significant leap.
4G was a game-changer, normalizing video streaming with faster connections and shorter latency times. 5G promises to be up to 20 times faster by the evolutionary cycle’s end.
Wireless sunsets may involve hard work and investment in the short term. Over time, they pay off in increased functionality and opportunities with each technical sunrise.
Speak with our IoT experts to get started on your migration today.
How 5G Starts: 3GPP Release 15
The 3GPP global initiative ensures that emerging technologies are compatible with:
3GPP’s series of releases outlines milestones, with the latest batch known as Release (Rel) 13 (2016), Rel 14 (2017) and Rel 15 (2019).
Designed to be the release with the first set of 5G standards, Rel 15 updates mission-critical communication and service functionalities. These functions have existed and continue to evolve. Its provisions affect everything from private communications across broadband to emergency alerts and file distribution for government facilities.
Rel 15 allows industries that rely on large-scale mission-critical communications to: