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Huawei Brings World’s First Multi-Carrier eMTC Module ME309 to North America

New HUAWEI ME309-562 LTE CAT M module delivers 4G LTE CAT M connectivity for IoT

PLANO, Texas, July 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Huawei, a leading telecommunications solutions provider, today announced the availability of the LTE CAT M ME309-562 LGA module in North America in Q3 2017. Designed to provide 4G LTE connections specifically for Internet of Things (IoT), the new ME309-562 delivers exceptionally low power consumption and wide area coverage with low cost. The module supports enhanced Machine Type Communication (eMTC) and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications.

The ME309-562 is based on industry-leading IoT chipset supplier Sequans Monarch platform, providing customers with greater flexibility at a lower cost. The new module is FCC, IC, PTCRB and GCF compliant, and offers multi-carrier support including AT&T and Verizon.

The ME309-562 is small in size, measuring just 18 mm x 24 mm. Designed to integrate with multiple GPIO and UART interfaces, it supports LwM2M and FOTA for device management and firmware updates. The ME309-562 also features eSIM function support, low latency with high reliability and a working environment temperature range up to -40 º C to +85 º C. With its advanced features and low cost, the ME309-562 will be widely used in applications including security, POS, personnel and asset tracking, remote sensing and other IoT applications.

“The Huawei ME309-562 is yet another example of how we are innovating to deliver on the promise of IoT,” said Colin Kang, vice president of MBB and home devices, for Huawei Device USA. “As a company, Huawei has taken a leadership role in shaping industry standards for IoT as well as making significant investments in product research and development.”

In 2016, Huawei developed the industry’s first support Narrowband-IoT network chipset, earning significant industry attention. Looking forward, Huawei will continue to invest in IoT, with a focus on introducing eMTC VoLTE functionality to further expand IoT application scenarios.

Huawei provides a full range of industrial embedded 2G/3G/4G modules, including a PC modules series, M2M module series and an automotive module series. For more information, please visit: http://consumer.huawei.com/en/solutions.

About Huawei
Huawei is a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider. Our aim is to enrich life and improve efficiency through a better connected world, acting as a responsible corporate citizen, innovative enabler for the information society, and collaborative contributor to the industry. Driven by customer-centric innovation and open partnerships, Huawei has established an end-to-end ICT solutions portfolio that gives customers competitive advantages in telecom and enterprise networks, devices and cloud computing. Huawei’s 170,000 employees worldwide are committed to creating maximum value for telecom operators, enterprises and consumers. Our innovative ICT solutions, products and services are used in more than 170 countries and regions, serving over one-third of the world’s population. Founded in 1987, Huawei is a private company fully owned by its employees.

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