Device or module maker

LTE is the fastest growing wireless technology in the history of the cellular industry. Through the combination of a wired-like broadband user experience and dramatically lower cost per-bit, LTE enables the much anticipated connectivity explosion known as the “Internet of Everything.”

Whether your company targets consumer markets, enterprise, M2M (machine to machine) or other vertical markets, LTE is the technology which will eventually replace most WAN (wide area network) technologies such as 2G and 3G.

In sharp contrast to the complexity and sophistication of LTE, one of the most advanced wireless technologies to have ever been developed, device makers expect simplicity in integration, minimal investment and a short time to market in order to remain competitive in today’s market dynamics. Not less important, they must maintain competitive performance and cost.  They expect their semiconductor solutions to combine the highest performance, lowest power consumption, smallest size, and most competitive cost.

Altair offers exactly that.

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    Industry-leading modem performance and power consumption which is ideal for wide spectrum of devices – tablets, netbooks, USB dongles, portable hotpots or modules
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    Comprehensive portfolio, covering all solution components – baseband and RF chipset, complete software and various reference designs
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    A solution that covers all LTE variants globally – FDD/TDD and all LTE frequency bands 400-3800MHz
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    A highly mature silicon and software solution certified by the world’s top LTE carriers and hardened by more than 4 years of interoperability testing and field trials around the globe

PRESS RELEASE

Aug 1, 2016
ALTAIR’S CAT-1 CHIPSET COMPLETES INTEROPERABILITY TESTING BY NTT DOCOMO, ACCELERATING INTERNET OF THINGS IN JAPAN

Leading Japanese Mobile Services Provider Approves Altair’s FourGee-1160 Chipset for Use on Nationwide Network HOD HASHARON, Israel –– August 1, 2016 –– Altair Semiconductor (altair-semi.com), a leading provider of LTE chipsets, today announced that its…

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BLOG POST

Aug 22, 2016
As IoT Goes Mainstream, Focus Turns to Device Security

According to a recent report from Statista, the number of connected devices in use around the world is expected to reach 50.1 billion by the year 2020. In other words, enough to provide every person…

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NEWS

Jun 7, 2016
Altair Snags Japanese Certification for 4G LTE

By Ken Briodagh Altair Semiconductor, a provider of LTE chipsets, recently announced that its FourGee-3800 chipset has successfully completed a chipset Interoperability Test on the NTT DOCOMO network in Japan. NTT is Japan’s largest mobile services…

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