“Telenor are delighted to have Nordic Semiconductor present at the nationwide switch-on of our cellular IoT network today,” comments Ove Fredheim, Head of the Business Market in Telenor Norway/CMO Business. “Telenor envisages a sharp ramp up over the coming years towards truly massive IoT based on the cellular technologies of NB-IoT and LTE-M. Nordic Semiconductor, who are another highly innovative Norwegian company, are demonstrating with us today with their globally compatible nRF91 Series devices for NB-IoT and LTE-M. These devices will enable the world’s innovators to build products that will make large scale IoT and smart cities a reality.”
Nordic's nRF91 Series SiP is an ultra-compact, low power, global, multimode LTE-M/NB-IoT module with integrated Arm® Cortex™-M33 host processor, Arm TrustZone security and Assisted GPS. The SiP integrates a complete low power cellular IoT system into a tiny 10x16x1mm package that integrates modem, transceiver, RF front-end, dedicated application processor, Flash memory, power management, and crystal and passive components.
The nRF91 Series SiP supports global operation with a single SiP variant thanks to the combination of Nordic’s multimode LTE-M/NB-IoT modem, SAW-less transceiver, and a high-performance RF front-end solution from Qorvo.
By stripping out the development complexity, the teleregulatory- and cellular-certified, the drop-in Nordic nRF91 LTE-M/NB-IoT SiP aims to take cellular beyond conventional mobile devices by encouraging the innovation that will bring cellular connectivity to “everything else”.
Telenor is a leading mobile, broadband, and TV services provider with 172 million customers across Scandinavia and Asia. Telenor Norway operates the world’s fastest mobile network with download speeds of up to 72.05 MBps according to 2018 research from testing agency Ookla.
Nordic Edge Expo is three-day exhibition and conference showcasing new technological solutions that will make cities and communities smarter and greener. At the 2018 event the organizers expect 5000 visitors, 300 exhibitors, and 150 speakers, making the event the largest smart city event in the Nordics.
Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF91 Series SiP will be available in production volumes early in 2019.