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Posted by AT&T Vermont Team on March 15, 2017.

The world of connected devices is already here, with more ordinary objects becoming extraordinaryAT&T is a leader in the Internet of Things (IoT) and our plans for a nationwide deployment of a LTE-M network for Internet of Things is ahead of schedule in the second quarter of 2017. We’re also planning LTE-M availability in Mexico by the end of the year.

LTE-M will be the catalyst for large-scale IoT deployments. Allowing more businesses and people to tap into IoT will transform how we live, work and care for our world. Currently, we are already testing LTE-M network and chipset technology in:

Bullet pointSmart water meters with Capstone Metering
Bullet pointSmart pallets with RM2
Bullet pointSmart beverage fountains with PepsiCo
Bullet pointConsumer devices with Samsung
Bullet pointShipping container monitoring with Xirgo Technologies
Bullet pointConnected vehicles and fleet & asset management with CalAmp
Bullet pointHome security and automation with Telular.

Devices designed to operate on the LTE-M network have advantages over traditional IoT connectivity options. You’ll see:

Lower device costs 

Longer battery life (expected up to 10 years)

Better coverage underground and deep inside buildings

Module Size (as small as 1/6 the size of current modules)

 

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