Telit Introduces Enterprise-Grade Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy IoT Enabled Module

Telit has introduced its latest low-power Wi-Fi Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) combination module, the WL865E4-P, based on the Qualcomm QCA4020 system-on-chip (SoC). It is designed for high-bandwidth applications such as health care, video, smart home and industrial control. Featuring integrated cryptology hardware, it enables IoT developers to meet demanding requirements for power consumption, security, performance, size and reliability.

The WL865E4-P is the latest addition to Telit’s low-power Wi-Fi module portfolio, which features proprietary power-saving technology that surpasses the Wi-Fi standard’s ultra-low-power modes. This enables it to operate for years on a single AA battery, freeing enterprises and other users from the expense and inconvenience of periodically changing batteries on their IoT devices.

The dual-band, dual-module module supports 802.11 a,b,g and n, as well Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 5.0, all in a small footprint (595 sq. mm) that’s ideal for surveillance IoT devices. The WL865E4-P also features an integrated multi-core system-on-chip, with dedicated CPUs for IoT applications, Wi-Fi and BLE to maximize performance. It includes a complete suite of security features such as secured boot, flash encryption, copy protection, HTTPS and WPA/WPA2 Personal and Enterprise security modes. These safeguards help make the module idea for health care and other applications where security and data privacy are critical requirements.

According to Eric Lagorce, the Senior Product Manager for Non-Cellular Modules at Telit, the WL865E4-P gives IoT vendors, integrators and service providers a powerful new choice for leveraging Wi-Fi and BLE low-cost connectivity while ensuring their solutions meet demanding security, performance and power requirements. With the addition of the WL865E4-P, Telit’s low-power short-range wireless module portfolio stays the go-to source for enabling an even wider range of IoT applications.

Telit is exhibiting the WL865E4-P along with rest of its portfolio at the Embedded World event in Nuremberg, Germany.

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