Monarch Go Wins IoT Innovations 2020 Award from Connected World

Each year, the industry’s most transformative IoT products and technologies are recognized by Connected World Magazine, and this year they have recognized Sequans’ Monarch Go. Monarch Go is an entirely unique IoT connectivity solution that enables companies to connect their IoT devices to Verizon’s network in a matter of minutes — no need to design … Read more

Verizon ThingSpace Ready Solutions from Sequans: Monarch Go, Monarch SiP, and Monarch GM01Q

Monarch Go is the newest Sequans LTE-M connectivity solution to become available via Verizon’s ThingSpace Ready IoT accelerator program. Monarch Go is unique in the industry in that it comes already certified by Verizon and goes way beyond the capabilities of a traditional module solution because it includes an already embedded and tuned LTE antenna … Read more

OneCare Founder Tom Glaser Talks to Mobile World Live About the Carewatch Health Wearable, Powered by Sequans’ Monarch

At Mobile World Congress in Los Angeles, Thomas Glaser, founding partner of OneCare, Inc., was interviewed by Mobile World Live to learn more about OneCare’s innovative new smart watch, called Carewatch. What follows is a summary of his comments, with a link to the full video at the end. OneCare is the leading remote mobile … Read more

LTE for IoT Terms Explained in Sequans’ New Tech Dictionary

We’ve published a quick reference guide for some key LTE for IoT terms such eDRX, PSM, and Rock Bottom.  This living website dictionary highlights some key terms and will be expanded going forward. Our industry is known for its vast array of confusing acronyms and the dictionary was created to help bust some of the … Read more

Sequans Adds LTE Modules Section to Website

Sequans provides a wide range of single-mode LTE modules for IoT projects of every type. All of these modules have Sequans industry-leading chips at their core — Monarch LTE Cat M1/NB/NB2, Calliope LTE Cat 1, Colibri LTE Cat 4, or Cassiopeia LTE Cat 6 – and include a radio front end, and all other elements … Read more

Custom Technology Solutions by Sequans

Custom Technology Solutions by Sequans What can you do if you want to launch a new LTE product, but you want it to operate at a frequency other than what has been designated by the 3GPP as standard? Or, what if you want your LTE device to operate at ultra high speed or in a … Read more

Gemalto Takes Another Leap Forward in the LTE for IoT Market

Gemalto, an important and long-time partner of Sequans, just received Verizon’s stamp of approval for its LTE Cat M1 IoT module, the Cinterion EMS31, powered by Sequans Monarch LTE-M Platform. The new EMS31 IoT module, now certified by the world’s leading LTE network operator, simplifies the process off connecting devices to the IoT and ensures that … Read more

New Sequans’ Monarch-powered LTE-M module now available through AT&T’s IoT Accelerator Program

Sequans’ mission is to drive the growth of LTE for IoT by ensuring that low-cost LTE-M (eMTC) modules are available to IoT device developers everywhere.  Sequans, with its long-time partner Wistron NeWeb Corporation (WNC), has reached a major milestone by making available a new LTE-M module, the IMS2, through AT&T’s IoT Accelerator Program.  The IMS2 … Read more

Sequans at CES 2017: LTE-M Market Momentum Accelerating

Huge momentum is building up around the LTE-M market and we believe it will be one of the hot topics this week in Las Vegas at International CES. Numerous consumer devices for the Internet of things with LTE connectivity (LTE for IoT) will be announced as the first of the world’s LTE-M networks are turned … Read more

Sequans, Gemalto, and Ericsson conduct live demo of LTE Cat M1 technology using a fleet management industrial IoT example at GSMA Mobility Live

At this week’s GSMA Mobility Live in Atlanta, held November 1-2, Sequans teamed up with Ericsson and Gemalto to conduct a proof-of-concept live demo of LTE Cat M1 technology. The demonstration, designed by our friends at Ericsson, depicted how a trucking company would use LTE Cat M1 technology to track its trucks on the road … Read more