San Jose, California: Cavli Wireless Inc, a cellular IoT based module manufacturer and provider of eSIM enabled global connectivity, announces the release of its future proof IoT module - C1 RM, at Mobile World Congress, Barcelona 2019.
C1 RM is an NB-IoT module with 2G fallback and integrated eSIM for global data connectivity. This marks an important advancement in the current IoT ecosystem and positions Cavli Wireless as an enabler for companies to easily access the latest technological advancements such as Narrowband IoT to build and launch superior solutions.
“Many ODMs and start-ups working in the IoT ecosystem prefers to migrate to technologies like LTE-M and NB-IoT, primarily because of low power consumption, reduced hardware costs, enhanced signal reception etc. However, the adoption to these technologies have not been easy due to the lack of network readiness in many countries and even countries where it is launched, many of them are not nationwide coverage.”, said John Mathew, Chief Technology Architect of Cavli Wireless. “Hence, providing these companies, hardware with 2G fallback support and integrated eSIM can significantly help their causes as well as fast-track the adoption towards NB-IoT”.
Cavli Wireless is determined to empower its customers with complete flexibility in terms of data connectivity, which it achieves by integrating its eSIM into the modules. By partnering with Arm® Kigen™, the GSMA accredited Subscription Management (SAS-SM) and eSIM provisioning platform, Cavli Wireless will help companies to configure the required data plan on to the module remotely through its cloud platform HubbleThings™. Based on the network availability, companies can also switch the devices between NB-IoT and 2G network through HubbleThings™.
Key benefits of C1 RM:
• Future proof technology and reduced total cost of ownership.
• Simplified management of devices and data plans through HubbleThings.
• Launch products anywhere at speed, with Global data connectivity.
About Cavli Wireless Inc.: Cavli Wireless Inc. is a cellular IoT company based in San Jose, California, that specializes in Low-Power Cellular connectivity and eSIM services over the cloud. The company is working closely with Mobile Network Operators, OEMs, and IoT companies to implement solutions such as asset tracking, smart metering and enable a multitude of other smart city applications. Cavli’s suite of IoT solutions are positioned to accelerate and fast-track the industry adoption of products based on NB-IoT and LTE-M technologies. The company’s research and development center is located in India.
For more information, please contact
Cavli Wireless Inc.,
+1 (650) 535-1150
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