Big Breaking: 5G IoT Modules to Storm Indian Markets as Cavli Partners CGT

According to the recent IoT news India, Cavli Wireless partners with GCT Semiconductor last Friday. As per the news, they’re joining hands to license chipsets, manufacture LTE, 5G IoT devices, and modules in India. 
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As the latest IoT technology takes its turn, new devices and smart gadgets are sure to drop in. IoT-supported devices enable a simplified lifestyle and maximum customer satisfaction to the end-users. 

According to the recent IoT news India, Cavli Wireless partners with GCT Semiconductor last Friday. As per the news, they’re joining hands to license chipsets, manufacture LTE, 5G IoT devices, and modules in India. 

IoT-enabled devices easies the functioning of the human’s day-to-day living. More and more countries are adopting the latest technology to expand their operations. As IoT easies life, customer’s demand increases for smart modules. 

Adapting to the end-user’s requirements, big brands are considering upgrading themselves to the latest ai updates and IoT technologies. The merger between Cavli’s and GCT marks the first partnership of IoT-oriented industry manufacturing modules. 

If we’re to believe the latest IoT news, the e-SIM integrated with LTE IoT modules will be the first wireless mode. In India, Cavli’s merger with GCT is going to have all the manufacturing and designing slots. The wireless communication will enhance IoT devices’ power manifold. 

As IoT modules take over, all the sectors will receive a benefit, like smart cities, automotive, energy, and utility. Even the agriculture and healthcare arenas are also going to move towards development. 

According to the latest ai news, the crucial points of the partnership will be an integrated e-SIM, CAN controller, and GNSS. Along with BLE-4.2, it’s vital in scaling activities like tracking assets and delivering automated solutions. 

Moreover, in-built with the latest technology, the IoT module supports Sigfox. Also, it can help organizations in dire need of hybrid connectivity. 

Further, the reports state that e-SIM integration with C42GM IoT modules facilitates smart solutions, like wearables, utility meters, etc. The company added that the first quarter of 2021 will be witnessing mass production of the initial IoT module.