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Mar 12, 2020

Altair introduces iSIM and 2G support on its flagship product

By IoT Times

Obviously, it has been impossible to realize those meetings; the GSMA canceled the entire conference and exhibition.
We didn’t want to miss the opportunity to bring IoT Times readers the latest news about IoT solutions, including new chipsets, connectivity, security, 5G, and other relevant technologies.

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Feb 05, 2020

Altair’s ALT1250 Cellular IoT Chipset Is Globally Certified

By LightReading

HOD HASHARON, Israel — Altair Semiconductor, a leading provider of cellular IoT chipsets, received its fifth operator certification of 2019 for its dual-mode cellular IoT Chipset, ALT1250, from Deutsche Telekom AG, one of the world’s leading mobile operators. The ALT1250 is now globally certified, with 15 carrier certifications dating back to 2018.

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Feb 03, 2020

Insurance Companies Tap Modern Technology to Usher in an Era of Personalized Policies

By insurtech360

Relying on technologies that deliver real-time data, insurance companies are tapping new revenue streams, even where there is no historical data. Devices are allowing for more accurate policies and competitive prices for traditional as well as emerging use cases.

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Nov 14, 2019

Nohik Semel Named CEO of Altair Semiconductor

By IoT Evolution

According to a recent announcement, Altair Semiconductor, a provider of cellular IoT chipsets, is appointing Nohik Semel, currently VP, System Engineering and Product Management, as the new CEO. He will replace outgoing co-founder and CEO Oded Melamed, who reportedly is leaving to pursue a new startup opportunity. The appointment will be effective on November 18, 2019.

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Nov 06, 2019

Altair Semiconductor’s Cellular IoT Chipset Powers PassTime’s Revolutionary Automotive Tracking Device By Geospatial World

By Geospatial World

Altair Semiconductor, a leading provider of cellular IoT chipsets, is providing the cellular IoT technology that powers the new PassTime Encore automotive tracking device. The device uses Altair’s cellular IoT chipset, the ALT1250.

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