Combining connectivity from Deutsche Telekom IoT with devices from Airgain offers robust, software-agnostic asset tracking solution for EMEA and beyond.
Airgain, Inc. – a leading provider of wireless connectivity solutions, creating and delivering products that include embedded components, external antennas, and integrated systems across the globe – has announced its partnership with Deutsche Telekom IoT to connect its asset tracking devices with Europe’s leading IoT network coverage for a best-in-class solution.
The agreement will allow Airgain to bundle connectivity from Deutsche Telekom IoT with its asset tracking customers across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) as well as within the US and beyond.
Airgain’s cellular-based asset tracking solution allows for tracking throughout an asset’s entire journey, whether inside, outside, or in transit. These devices boast industry-leading battery performance of up to 14 years, the latest in cellular technologies including LTE-M and NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT), and the ability to integrate seamlessly with any enterprise software stack. In addition to location tracking through cellular, GPS, and WiFi triangulation, Airgain’s asset trackers can monitor motion, temperature, humidity, light, and more.
“Adding Deutsche Telekom IoT as a connectivity partner gives Airgain additional global reach,” said Morad Sbahi, Chief Revenue Officer at Airgain. “They are a world-class partner with broad capabilities and a world-class signal. At Airgain, we are excited to partner with one of Europe’s top IoT innovators.”
“T-IoT” is Deutsche Telekom’s new global IoT offering. Together, Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile US enable global IoT networking with the appropriate mobile technologies, from NB-IoT and LTE-M to LTE and 5G. T-IoT customers thus have a single point of contact and contract for their global IoT projects. Among other things, this simplifies customer care and support and allows simple, transparent pricing.
“We are very excited to work with Airgain and their award-winning asset tracking solutions,” said Klaus Doblich-Fruhstuck, Sr. Global Account Director at Deutsche Telekom IoT.
“Not only does it help us grow the list of IoT devices that are certified to work on our network, it allows us to partner with Airgain on their innovative IoT projects on both sides of the Atlantic. We look forward to growing our global footprint together.”
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