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Fibocom Announces L850-GL: Global LTE Category-9 M.2 Module  #iot #cloud

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  • The L850-GL is a multi-mode LTE Cat-9 M.2 module with GNSS, supporting the global LTE markets with an impressive 21 FDD LTE bands, 4 TDD LTE bands, and penta band WCDMA, powered by the Intel® XMM™ 7360 LTE modem.
  • Fibocom Announces L850-GL: Global LTE Category-9 M.2 Module

The L850-GL is a multi-mode LTE Cat-9 M.2 module with GNSS, supporting the global LTE markets with an impressive 21 FDD LTE bands, 4 TDD LTE bands, and penta band WCDMA, powered by the Intel® XMM™ 7360 LTE modem.

@imoyse: Fibocom Announces L850-GL: Global LTE Category-9 M.2 Module #iot #cloud

Fibocom Wireless, a leading global provider of wireless modules for the Internet of Things (IoT), announces L850-GL, the world’s first LTE Cat 9 M.2 module with global industrial and carrier certifications.

The L850-GL is a multi-mode LTE Cat-9 M.2 module with GNSS, supporting the global LTE markets with an impressive 21 FDD LTE bands, 4 TDD LTE bands, and penta band WCDMA, powered by the Intel® XMM™ 7360 LTE modem.

L850-GL is to include 35+ regulatory certifications and 10 carrier+ certifications, and with field test efforts to 70+ carriers among more than 20 countries.

With downlink speed of up to 450Mbps and uplink speed of up to 50Mbps, the standardized M.2 form-factored L850-GL ensures ease of upgradability from lower speed modules, and seamless top speed LTE experience worldwide.

Lei Yao, VP of Product Management, comments:

L850-GL is the perfect cellular solution for world travelers’ devices that need top connectivity speed anywhere LTE is present. Samples of L850-GL will be available in Q2 2017 for test and integration. Certifications are to be completed by Q3 2017.

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