Thundercomm’s Snapdragon Based 5G Module Receives Deutsche Telekom Approval in Europe

Thundercomm’s Snapdragon Based 5G Module Receives Deutsche Telekom Approval in Europe

Thundercomm, a leading global supplier of smart Internet of Things (IoT) modules, has announced that its new generation of 5G cellular module the TurboX T62G-EA has been certified by Deutsche Telekom, the leading carrier in Europe. Being the industry’s leading cellular module, TurboX T62G-EA SOM is based on the innovative Snapdragon® X62 5G Modem-RF System, has already achieved both regulatory CE and KC certification for Europe and Korea, and carrier approvals of Deutsche Telekom and KT. Snapdragon X62 is designed to extend 5G in more applications, including IoT. TurboX T62G-EA enables customers to immediately deploy into a diverse range of high-end IoT devices across Europe and Korea, such as MIFI, gateway/CPE/routers, high-resolution video transmission, online entertainment, robotics, AR/VRs, remote control/drones, etc.

Targeting European and Asian markets, the T62G-EA SOM is a highly-integrated global 5G Sub-6GHz, supporting both SA and NSA modes, LTE, and WCDMA bands. With footprint of 42 mm x 45 mm x 2.65 mm, T62G-EA provides a plentiful peripheral interface such as UART/USB/I2C/I2S/PCI-e etc. MIFI and CPE reference design and development kits are available based on T62G-EA, aiming to help customers shorten the time to market.

Besides working with external hosts with different operating systems, Windows, Linux Ubuntu, Android, etc. T62G-EA also supports comprehensive SDK which helps customers to work in an Open CPU way, This is also part of turnkey software kits that offer end customers the best development experience on top of hardware functionalities.

T62G-EA SOM is one form factor of the T62 SOM series. The other variant is T62M-EA, which supports 5G Sub-6GHz/4G/3G and targets laptop, notebook, CPE, and router applications, which will be available for Japanese and European markets soon.

“Thundercomm is continuously investing in 5G, as we believe it’s an essential part of the connected world, where we see the increasing numbers and requirement of 5G-capable devices,” said Hiro Cai, CEO at Thundercomm. “ Thundercomm will work closely with global telecom operators, leveraging our expertise in 5G CPE design and performance tunning, to meet the requirements of global customers.”

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Publisher: everything RF
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