Telit’s Sub-6 GHz 5G Module Certified on Deutsche Telekom's Network in Europe

Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), announced that Deutsche Telekom AG has certified its FN980 Sub-6 5G module for use on the operator's 5G networks across Europe. Designed for global use, the FN980 is ideal for high-performance and bandwidth-intensive enterprise and industrial applications including fixed wireless access, enterprise routers and gateways, indoor and outdoor CPE, and professional broadcasting and surveillance.

The award-winning FN980 5G series has received global certification providing OEMs, system integrators and end users with verification that their FN980-based devices will perform as expected on all major mobile operator networks worldwide. In addition, the industrial-grade M.2 form factor provides an easy 5G migration path for end-products already in the M.2 market with 3G and 4G solutions.

European organizations also have an extensive range of certified NB-IoT and LTE-M modules in Telit's best-selling xE310, xE910 and xL865 families. The ME310, ME910 and ML865 have variants for regional European and global IoT applications such as smart metering, security/surveillance, point of sale, health monitoring, fleet management, asset tracking and wearable trackers, fitness and wellness devices.

Uday Patil, Head of Devices, Deutsche Telekom IoT, said that they work closely in partnership with Telit to secure interoperability and reduce time-to-market for their customers up-front. By certifying Telit's innovative FN980 data card, they enable a growing number of customers to deploy the next generation of powerful IoT solutions on their 5G and 4G networks.

"With these certifications, Telit offers the market one of the widest selections of multi-mode modules approved for use on Deutsche Telekom's network," said Marco Contento, VP of 5G Technologies, Telit. "This highlights our longstanding partnership with Deutsche Telekom and commitment to provide IoT integrators and our customers the products they need for their IoT deployments."

Click here to learn more about the FN980 Sub-6 5G Module.