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Thales’s innovative IoT modem card Enhances reliability in the 5G world

By ET Bureau - June 20, 2022 3 Mins Read

Thales's innovative IoT modem card Enhances reliability in the 5G world-01

Thales announces the new Cinterion® MV32 modem card that enables manufacturers to more quickly and easily develop and maintain resilient, high-performance 5G devices that will transform everyday life in the coming years. Harnessing the full potential of 5G ultra-high-speed mobile connectivity, the new modem board is designed to be at the heart of a wide range of demanding IoT use cases, such as secure business connection, patient teleconsultations and intelligent monitoring of renewable energy production.

Effortlessly connect 5G networks and next-generation IoT devices

The deployment of 5G will not only bring unprecedented mobile broadband speeds to billions of people around the world, but it will also provide an extraordinary leap in the number of devices supported by cellular networks. Billions of additional machines will be able to benefit from the connectivity. It can therefore be said that 5G is laying the foundation for new large fleets of always-connected IoT devices enabling a more sustainable and reliable future for all of us.

Many of these new IoT devices will be very compact. Thales’s space-saving 5G modem card is therefore the ideal partner for tiny on-board SIM cards (eSIMs) which are another essential component for effortless connectivity. Next-generation IoT applications will demand always-on high-speed connectivity and the exceptional reliability that characterizes the new Cinterion MV32 modem card as shown below:

  • It leverages extensive Thales expertise in delivering effective 5G IoT solutions that manage connectivity plans in the field, and enable seamless and ubiquitous 5G.
  • It reliably delivers superior 5G cellular performance, thanks to the industry’s most advanced and optimized radio frequency design, delivering ultra-high speed and low latency.

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Protection against a new wave of cyber threats

For all its benefits, the distributed, virtualized, and software-based design of many 5G networks also opens up new vulnerabilities to cyberattacks. The Cinterion MV32 5G modem card, which embodies Thales’s unparalleled expertise and experience, brings robust security and protection to the 5G domain in response:

  • It builds on Thales’s security philosophy of robust cyber protection design and expertise, enabling dynamic protection of devices in the field and throughout their lifecycle through remote updates. secured.
  • Rigorous and continuous penetration testing by independent security experts.

“We were able to be the first to use 5G antenna networking devices, especially because Thales provided an excellent globally certified solution supporting a wide range of frequency bands. They also provided responsive support to our engineers and proved to be a reliable supplier when there was a shortage of all other support services. We look forward to rolling out Thales’ next-generation 5G SA MV32 to our devices sometime next year,” Keith Chau, Managing Director, Peplink

“For our customers, the latest generation MV32 5G modem card is the right product. Manufacturers around the world must turn to 5G to enable revolutionary new IoT solutions that will impact every aspect of our lives. Our new solution makes integrating this ultra-fast connectivity a breeze. No compromise to be made between speed, latency, reliability and cyber protection: the MV32 compact board offers them all,” Thierry Uguen, IoT Product Management Director, Thales

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