We’ve seen a significant increase in the number of devices designed and manufactured for use on cellular networks. It’s only logical, though, given the demand for IoT solutions and the availability of cellular WANs across much of the nation. Carriers see the potential to connect millions and possibly even billions of IoT devices, and have created narrowband IoT channels such as CAT 1 LTE specifically for IoT and M2M communications...
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