Telit, a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, announced miniature IoT modules for IoT companies.
Telit said the company will supply xE310 targeting LTE-M, NB-IoT and European 2G to meet growing demand for small IoT modules for wearable medical devices, fitness trackers, industrial sensors, smart metering, and other mass deployment applications. Telit will start shipping xE310 modules in Q4 this year.
The xE310 family will be supporting various sizes from compact to smaller than 200 mm2. The xE310’s 94 pads include spares to provide Telit the flexibility to quickly deliver support for additional features as technologies, applications and markets evolve.
Spares can be used for modules supporting Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or location technologies – in addition to cellular. They can also be used for additional connections that may be required for new 5G-enabled features.
Telit said the small form factor gives OEMs flexibility, efficiency and yield during design and manufacturing. The IoT company said xE310 family provides easy PCB routing while minimizing manufacturing process issues such as planarity and bending. The unique circular pad facilitates correct package orientation for automated assembly.
“The new xE310 is among the smallest form factors available today despite being packed with technologies and capabilities that developers and designers say they need to enable tomorrow’s IoT applications,” said Yossi Moscovitz, Telit president of products and solutions.
Telit said it will showcase the new xE310 family at IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on October 16-18.