Sercomm, a manufacturer and supplier of telecom equipment, just launched its new series of LTE-M IoT devices at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona, Spain.
With the advantages of extended transmission range, a lengthened battery life, and better mobility, Sercomm's full range of LTE-M IoT devices offers ideal solutions for applications including youth/senior safety, asset protection, smart meter, transportation and environment monitoring. Leveraging the fully-deployed LTE-M network service of Orange, a leading telecommunication operator in Europe, Sercomm's new LTE-M devices answer the needs of numerous markets to catch the upcoming IoT business opportunities.
Founded in 1992, the Taiwan based company is focused on developing embedded solutions to make networking simple and affordable, generally offering comprehensive telecom broadband solutions such as residential/enterprise gateways, small cells, and IoT products.
James Wang, Chief Executive Officer of Sercomm was pleased to announce the availability of the new LTE-M IoT devices, as it not only underlines the company’s leadership in providing innovative products to their customers but a testimony of a new era of mobile IoT technology.
Sercomm's new LTE-M devices support the Orange Datavenue Live Objects IoT service, which offers a set of tools to facilitate the interconnection between devices and applications for connectivity, device management, message routing, and data management. With the API Interfaces defined by Live Objects, device makers could easily create an app.
Olivier Ondet, Vice President of IoT and Analytics, Orange Business Services emphasized that the development of the LTE-M network is part of their strategy to provide a full range of IoT connectivity options for their customers through Datavenue. “The availability of the LTE-M devices enables our customers to start developing their LTE-M applications before the full networks are launched in 2018”, he explained, adding that Orange believes that LTE-M is a perfect match for a wide range of IoT use cases in Industry 4.0, fleet management and asset tracking.