World Leading MCU Companies Choose Sequans

Last week it was Renesas and this week it’s Microchip. These world-leading MCU companies have released new products with Sequans’ Monarch technology inside.  This is very exciting news for all the IoT developers out there who need ultra-reliable 5G cellular IoT connectivity for their IoT devices—for designing, prototyping, and building great IoT products with all the … Read more

Sequans and MicroEJ at Distributech 2022: How IoT Modules Embrace Software Containerization for Smarter Energy Devices

Utility companies today are faced with new challenges, including meeting the needs of growing populations, providing solutions for new categories of use cases, better controlling their energy spending, responding to emergency situations, and answering the demand for customizations to enable new business models.  To meet these needs, utilities are investing heavily in smart grids to … Read more

iSIM for IoT is Going Mainstream

iSIM Makes Cellular IoT Easy, and Future-proof iSIM is proving to be the next big thing in IoT. iSIM, or integrated SIM (subscriber identity module) is built right into a cellular IoT module’s chip so that there is no need for a physical SIM. Physical SIMs take up space, so iSIM not only reduces space … Read more

Meet Us in Barcelona at MWC 2022

Barcelona Here We Come! We are in hall 5, stand 5H40, where we will have on display our top-of-the-line cellular IoT chips and modules, and our newest customer devices, including new smart meters, connected earbuds, asset and pet trackers, and a new low power CBRS IoT tracker—all powered by our unbeatable cellular IoT connectivity solutions. … Read more

Custom Technology Solutions for Vertical Markets

custom technology solutions

Sequans customizes its solutions to meet the specialized needs of customers in key vertical markets, including public safety, aviation, and transportation. While our chips, modules, and software are all built to 3GPP standards, customers in specific vertical markets often require solutions that are non-standard and go beyond 3GPP standard requirements. Chipmakers normally tend to follow … Read more