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Intel takes on IoT complexity with carrier-approved boards

10th March 2017

Getting cellular devices certified for carriers’ networks is an expensive, complicated process that’s even harder in the new field of IoT.

Smartphone and tablet makers have been dealing with certification for years, spending as much as US$1 million on the process for just one device, GlobalData analyst Avi Greengart says. It’s gotten harder as carriers add new frequency bands.

Read Full Article: https://www.pcworld.com/article/3172476/internet-of-things/intel-takes-on-iot-complexity-with-carrier-approved-boards.html

 

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/internet-of-things/videos/lte-iot-quick-deployment-program-video.html

https://marketplace.att.com/products/sonim-xpi

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3172476/internet-of-things/intel-takes-on-iot-complexity-with-carrier-approved-boards.html

https://www.iotone.com/hardware/intel-liqd-v4-sonim-xpi/h46867

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