Altair’s products support a wide range of LTE categories and applications, from high-speed broadband to ultra-low power IoT applications.
Connectivity for smart meters, including power, gas and water utilities, requires reliability, durability and long battery life to support devices in the field for more than ten years. Altair’s integrated IoT chipsets meet these long-term demands to ensure sustained connectivity, providing:
Wearable devices require integrated components that are very small and power efficient. From smart watches to health monitors and activity trackers, Altair’s IoT chipsets are ideal, providing:
Tracking of assets, goods, people and pets requires accurate location determination and, in many cases, long battery life. Additionally, cost plays a key role in the economic viability of a business case and in defining the addressable market for the tracking device. Altair’s IoT chipsets address these challenges, providing:
Connected vehicles provide a range of opportunities, from telematics data collection and analytics, to insurance, driver behavior and in-car entertainment. Altair provides a variety of capabilities for connected vehicles with its IoT and Broadband chipsets, including:
Cities are getting smarter, safer and cleaner to offer more affordable and comfortable living conditions. Smart city sensors and cameras require reliable, secure and low-cost connectivity to connect to the cloud. Altair’s chipsets feature:
From smart home security systems to business applications and citywide surveillance grids, Altair’s chipsets provide secure and power-optimized connectivity that support the high bandwidth requirements of connected surveillance systems, including:
Internet access is central to our lives, and LTE chipsets are required to provide high performance and affordable connectivity in access-enabling devices such as fixed home and enterprise routers, mobile hotspots, tablets and notebook PCs. Whether the application is a low-cost CPE for emerging markets, a high-end gateway or small-cell backhaul, Altair’s chipsets provide: