On January 7, the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 kick off on the coast of Las Vegas, and attracts numerous exhibitors and visitors by a wide range of diverse exhibits. Of course, as the global leading Machine-to-Machine (M2M) wireless modules and solutions supplier, SIMCom has come with full sincerity and many products.
During the show, SIMCom shows the LTE CAT1 module SIM7600NA and the LTE CAT4 module SIM7600NA-H, both 4G multi-band modules designed for North America. With LCC+LGA package, these two modules support special frequency bands such as B14 (AT&T FirstNet), B71 (T-Mobile), B41 (Sprint) and B13 (Verizon), and several LTE bands covering four operators in North America, with support of mPCIe. Major applications include ridesharing, smart homes, trace & track, fleet management and other IoT industries. At the same time, the AT commands of the modules are compatible with SIM7500/SIM7600 modules.
SIMCom’s 5G Modules SIM8200G, SIM8300G-M2, SIM8200EA-M2 are also showed. These modules are based on Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G modem platform, and they support standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) network deployment. It is worth emphasizing that data traffic has been opened for SIM8200 and SIM8300 modules on 5G NSA networks and netbooks integrated with SIM8200EA-M2 are now able to reliably connect to a 5G network, marking a full end-to-end data communication capacity of SIMCom 5G modules on NSA networks.
Another highlight is NB-IoT modules such as SIM7070G and SIM7080G, which have demonstrated huge potential in water service, gas, battery cars, smoke detection and household appliances.