Upgrade to LTE / LTE-M for IoT

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Overview

LTE and LTE-M networks provide so many advantages, it’s time to evaluate your existing devices

As customers across every industry adopt, deploy and depend on Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, highly secure end-to-end connectivity is essential. It’s difficult to bring a one-size-fits-all IoT network approach to every business situation. With the introduction of LTE-M, in addition to 4G LTE and satellite, businesses now have the option to have their endpoints allocated to the network that best meets their requirements.

Why Upgrade?

The AT&T 4G LTE network provides the quickest connection with the least latency compared to 2G and 3G networks. Built for IoT devices, LTE-M is a licensed low-power wide-area (LPWA) network that enhances indoor and subterranean coverage, as well as provides extended battery life, at lower costs for lower bandwidth requirements.

What I need to know

AT&T supports innovative technology, including communications for a variety of connected devices, such as those found in cars, power meters, shipping containers, wind turbines, vending machines and more. We can provide assistance, information, and resources for businesses on their journey to adopt more advanced 4G LTE and LTE-M networks.

How do I start?

Customers deploying network technology need to plan for network evolutions and the hardware upgrades that support these changes. For this reason, we counsel our customers to make the decisions that best fit their long-term plans within the scope of the evolution of the network.

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