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Qualcomm Announces 16 Product Designs for Its Latest LTE IoT Chipset

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm, today announced that its next-generation Qualcomm® 9205 LTE modem, launched in December 2018, has been designed from 16 companies. Designed to support thousands of unique eMTC and NBIoT terminals on a large scale, these products will enable a wide range of IoT end products worldwide, and they will also pass QualcommTechnologies' industry-leading connectivity technologies, computing technologies and engineering. Technical expertise to further enrich the Internet of Things industry.

The Qualcomm9205 LTE modem is the latest dedicated chipset from Qualcomm Technologies for the Internet of Things. The unique advantage of this modem is that it integrates key innovations required for cellular IoT products and services on a single chip, including global multimode LTECategoryM1 (CatM1 or eMTC) and NB2 (NB-IoT), as well as 2G/E-GPRS. Connectivity, application processing, geolocation, hardware-based security features, cloud service support, and companion developer tools. In addition, the Qualcomm 9205 LTE modem is designed to support a wide range of end products and vertical industry applications such as asset trackers, health monitors, security systems, smart city sensors, alarm panels and smart meters, and a range of wearable trackers.

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Vice President of Business Development Jeffery Torrance said: "The market recognition of the Qualcomm9205 LTE modem truly reflects the important role that QualcommTechnologies plays in driving the advancement of IoT technology. The Qualcomm9205 LTE modem has only 16 products in six months. Designed to empower thousands of IoT terminals worldwide. Our customers are building a wide range of products and applications, including smart water meters and wearables, which again demonstrate the cutting-edge connectivity and computing offered by the QualcommTechnologies chipset. Capabilities are indispensable products in the connected world."

Companies that have announced that their products use the Qualcomm9205 LTE modem include:


Qi Guangzhi, vice president of Guanghetong, said: “Guangwatong's MA510 uses the Qualcomm9205 LTE modem, so our customers do not need to worry about the sophisticated cellular connection technology that IoT terminals need to support. The Guangwatong MA510 is a multimode LTE CatM1/ NB-IoT/EGPRS module supports global frequency band, global certification and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), and is fully compliant with 3GPP Release 14. In addition, MA510 is compatible with Guanghetong LPWA module 510 series, so there is no need to change hardware. Customers' applications can be easily ported between different technologies. The MA510 is small enough to support ultra-low power consumption and a rich set of Internet protocols, and has industry-standard interfaces and features, making it suitable for a wide range of IoT industries. Applications such as smart meters, smart parking, smart homes, wearables, wireless POS machines and trackers."

Jin Yatuo

Andreas Haegele, vice president of the Internet of Things at Thales Group, said: "The company of Tyrez Group Gemalto has been working closely with QualcommTechnologies and hopes to provide customers with innovative technology brought by our excellent IoT and security expertise as soon as possible. Gemalto CinterionEXS82 The networking module is one such product. The Qualcomm9205 LTE modem provides basic support for LPWANLTE-M, NB-IoT and single terminal 2G fallback functions, while Gemalto provides the world's most efficient incremental firmware update technology (FOTA) platform, supported by One module of the eSIM feature supports lightweight M2M (LwM2M), advanced security features, critical storage and secure cloud platform registration. The first batch of customers receiving samples is excited about the flexibility offered by the platform."

High emerging

Zhu Kegong, vice president of Gao Xinxing, said: "The high-emergence GM100 module based on the Qualcomm9205 LTE modem implements support for 18 CatM1 and NB-IoT bands, GSM quad-band and GNSS in a small package. We hope to pass this module. Bringing outstanding cellular connectivity to a wide range of IoT terminals around the world. Customers are looking forward to using these cutting-edge technologies to build their IoT applications, and Gao Xin is very pleased with the long-term relationship with QualcommTechnologies."

Mega Smart

“The SLM156 uses the Qualcomm9205 LTE modem and will bring the most advanced technology to the IoT industry. The SLM156 can support CatM1/NB-IoT/GPRS tri-mode, while also supporting global frequency bands and longer,” said Du Guobin, CEO of Smarter. Lifetime. Meg Smart is pleased to work with QualcommTechnologies to bring our customers a new generation of smart devices, IoT products and solutions."

Fangfang Technology

Du Guang, vice president of technology, said: "The N27 and N28 are NB-IoT/eMTC modules specially designed for M2M and IoT applications. These modules use 3GPP Release 14 LTE technology to provide 1119Kbps downlink data rate and 588Kbps upstream data rate. The N27 and N28 modules also use the Qualcomm9205 LTE modem to simplify product design and provide faster, more accurate and more reliable positioning. The N27 and N28 modules support a variety of industry standard interfaces and a rich set of features ( For example, Windows 7/8/8.1/10, and USB to serial port driver for Linux and Android systems are the best choices for energy metering, telematics, smart city, tracking, environmental monitoring, etc. We are very happy to work with QualcommTechnologies Cooperation and continuous empowerment of the Internet of Things industry."

Remote communication

Qian Penghe, CEO of Mobile Communications, said: "Our new series of LPWA modules BG95 and BG77 use Qualcomm9205 LTE modem, which will bring the best connection and computing technology to the IoT industry. Both of these modules have Extremely low power consumption and high integration, it will support a wide range of IoT applications such as metering, intelligent trackers and wireless POS machines at an optimized cost. The ultra-compact BG77 module measures 14.9 x 12.9 x 1.7 mm. Especially suitable for all size-sensitive use cases such as wearable devices, smart watches, etc. We are pleased to continue to work with QualcommTechnologies to jointly develop the Internet of Things."

Core communication

Deng Ganhuai, Product Director of Core Communication Wireless Technology Co., Ltd. said: "The core communication SIM7070G and SIM7080G modules use the Qualcomm9205 LTE modem, which can bring many of the most advanced connection technologies to our customers and meet all their needs for the Internet of Things. Our SIM7070G is a NB-IoT/CATM1/GSM tri-mode module in a 24x24mm LCC package, and the SIM7080G is a NB-IoT/CATM1 dual-mode module in a smaller 17.6x15.7mm LCC+LGA package. Work with QualcommTechnologies to advance the development of the Internet of Things."


According to Manish Watwani, Chief Marketing and Product Director of Telit, “Telit and QualcommTechnologies have long-term cooperation to jointly promote the commercial process of advanced IoT technology, and the adoption of Qualcomm9205 LTE modem is only the latest achievement in cooperation between the two parties. For our ME910 module For the series and the new miniaturized ME310 series, the Qualcomm9205 LTE modem is the inevitable choice. The Qualcomm9205 modem-based module samples - ME910G1 and ME310G1 - are now available to customers to support their ultra-compact, cost-effective and energy-efficient IoT solution."

Chuangtong Lianda

Chuangtong Lianda’s chairman, Zhai Zengqiang, said: “Tiantong Lianda TurboXT95 with Qualcomm9205LTE modem is a pre-certified multi-mode cellular IoT core module with ultra-low power consumption, which can support 2G live network and NB worldwide. -IoT/eMTC network deployment. Chuangtong Lianda TurboXT95 has a cost-effective 16x16x2.5mm SMT product form, and it also integrates rich connectivity and a multimedia interface. It supports multi-OS support and QualcommTechnologies pre-integrated software development. Package (SDK), TurboXT95 can easily meet the vertical demand of industrial IoT. As a joint venture between Zhongke Chuangda and QualcommTechnologies, Chuangtong Lianda is very good at providing customers with reference designs and solutions based on QualcommTechnologies technology. Designed to accelerate the large-scale deployment of customers and product time to market."


PattyFelts, Chief Product Manager, u-blox Cellular Product Strategy, said: "We are pleased to continue working with QualcommTechnologies and adopt its Qualcomm9205 LTE modem that is compliant with 3GPP Release 14 LTE CatM1/NB-IoT and compatible with 2G. With this technology, we can provide customers with LPWAIoT For application-optimized next-generation solutions, the above LPWAIoT applications require wide-area coverage over 2G connections, as well as in areas where LTE CatM1 and NB-IoT are not yet widely supported."