Since its inception, cellular IoT deployments have had to adapt to life on cellular-phone specialized 2G, 3G, and early-generation 4G networks. All that has changed with the deployment of the 4G low-power wide-area (LPWA) networks of Cat-M and Cat-NB.
Longer battery life, efficient and safe IoT communication, and more; Telit IoT expert Ken Bednasz explores what exciting new aspects enterprises can expect with cellular IoT on LPWA networks.
About Our Guest: Ken Bednasz
Ken Bednasz is the Vice President of Applications Engineering at Telit. Ken has 25 years of experience in the wireless cellular and has spent 15 years working in the IoT space. For the past 12 years, Ken has been working with IoT integrator partners to help them bring their IoT solutions to the marketplace.
About our sponsor
First Things First is sponsored by Telit, a global provider of wireless connectivity modules, platforms, IoT operator services and professional services. Telit supports thousands of direct and indirect customers by enabling hundreds of millions of connected ‘things.’ With almost two decades of IoT innovation experience, Telit delivers secure, integrated end-to-end IoT solutions for many of the world’s largest brands, including enterprises, OEMs, system integrators, and service providers across industries.