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Ericsson supports GSMA Cellular IoT Developer Workshop at CES 2019


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With 77 commercial networks in 40 markets around the world, over 120 modules and development kits currently available and more than 2000 members actively participating in the official industry community (GSMA, November 2018) - cellular IoT technologies are ready to go mainstream.

As a low-cost solution that provides long battery lives and extended coverage, cellular low power wide area (LPWA) technologies like LTE-M and NB-IoT are set to reshape the mass market for IoT consumer electronics. With networks, tariffs, modules and developer toolkits at the ready, all it needs are innovative product and solution developers to build the next generation of consumer devices.

Join the GSMA Cellular IoT developer event and interactive showcase, supported by Ericsson, to learn more about the technical capabilities and available developer frameworks. Experts from across the IoT value chain will be available for in-depth conversations from mobile operators, module vendors, development kit manufacturers, infrastructure and chipset companies.

The showcase also includes the Ericsson IoT Accelerator, an IoT device connectivity and app development platform; as well as the GSMA Mobile IoT Innovators, the official industry community for cellular IoT technologies, as well as available IoT platforms, development kits, modules and chipsets from companies in the mobile industry.

The event takes place on Wednesday, 9 January 2019, 1 – 5pm, at the Luxor Hotel & Casino in Lotus Ballroom 1 & 2, Las Vegas. The event is free to attend. To find out more about the event with agenda and registration, please visit www.gsma.com/ces-dev

Ericsson has been driving standardization of Cellular IoT technologies such as NB-IoT and LTE-M. Ericsson is also working with industry and ecosystem partners to build on the existing cellular network footprint to securely and efficiently address the full diversity of IoT use cases, ranging from smart cities to wearables and environmental monitoring. Till November, 2018, Ericsson has enabled more than half of commercial networks globally.