Quectel Launches Connectivity Module with iSIM Support in Asia-Pacific

IoT solution provider Quectel has launched its BG773A-GL LTE Cat M1, NB1 and NB2 module, offering built-in SIM card support to simplify IoT deployments in Asia-Pacific.

Quectel states that the newly launched module’s iSIM provides flexibility for IoT integrators and service providers.

It simplifies customer deployments that previously would have required the installation and management of a traditional local market SIM card.

The module, once powered on, will connect to the best available network, according to Quectel.

“Our goal is to provide business flexibility to our customers to ensure they receive high quality connectivity that enables their IoT solutions, wherever they are in the world. By using self-optimizing rates, we can minimize the risk of additional charges when issues such as over-the-air (OTA) software updates use up extra bandwidth and thus avoid astronomical bills,” comments the Director of Connectivity Quectel World. Richard Hart.

Quectel has experience in connectivity as it claims global expertise in modules and antennas. Its QuecConnectivity platform manages more than 30 million SIMs in Asia.

“Our module and antenna offering can now be combined with Connectivity as a Service, providing customers with a single point of access to Quectel’s entire portfolio of products and services,” said Vice President of sales of Quectel APAC and ANZ. Michael Wallon.

“By adding connectivity to our capabilities, Quectel reduces complexity for our customers by simplifying and accelerating the deployment of IoT devices,” concludes Patrick Qian, CEO of Quectel, Patrick Qian, CEO of Quectel.

Quectel is now available in over 190 countries through over 500 network operators and currently provides 2G, 3G, 4G, NB-IoT and Cat-M connections.

The company is available across the market and will particularly benefit from deployments that can achieve accelerated time to market and optimized business efficiencies by using a single vendor for module, antenna and connectivity.

This first appeared in the CommsWire subscription newsletter on June 30, 2022.


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