About Altair

Altair Semiconductor is the leading provider of single-mode LTE solutions, playing a pivotal role in realizing the vision of the Internet of Things (IoT).

By offering LTE-only semiconductor solutions, unhampered by the high cost of 3G silicon, bill-of-materials and patent royalties, Altair has created disruption in the ecosystem, and enabled the deployment of millions of 4G-connected consumer devices at price points previously thought impossible.

As the IoT expands beyond consumer devices to include all types of connected “things,” from wearables to smart homes, cities, cars, utilities and more, Altair’s comprehensive portfolio of high performance, ultra-low-power silicon solutions enable these connections.

Established in 2005 by former Texas Instruments executives with extensive broadband and wireless silicon experience, Altair is the world’s leading supplier of 100% LTE chipsets, having shipped millions to customers around the world.

Altair’s products are qualified by the world’s leading LTE carriers, and have been adopted by tens of OEM/ODM device makers as their LTE solution to power millions of devices, including tablets, netbooks, Chromebooks, mobile hotspots, USB dongles, routers and M2M applications.

PRESS RELEASE

Mar 2, 2015
CONNECTED IO DEVELOPS ALTAIR-BASED CELLULAR MODULE FOR INTERNET OF THINGS-BASED APPLICATIONS

Verizon Certified, Semi-Rugged M2M Modem Provides 4G/LTE Connection  for Wide Range of Products, from Vending Machines to Digital Signs SANTA CLARA, CA and HOD HASHARON, Israel – March 2, 2015 – Connected IO (https://www.connectedio.com), a…

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BLOG POST

Mar 29, 2015
Urban Life in 2050: The Future of Smart Cities

Today’s urban cities are practically bursting at the seams. According to research from the United Nations, 54 percent of the world’s population lives in urban areas, a percentage that is expected to increase to upward…

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NEWS

Feb 25, 2015
Altair Semiconductor says will bring 4G network to small devices

Reuters - Altair Semiconductor said on Wednesday it has developed a new technology that will allow small devices like security alarms and electricity meters to connect to fourth generation (4G) mobile networks more efficiently.

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