Airgain, Deutsche Telekom collaborate to bring asset tracking devices to EMEA and US

Airgain, Deutsche Telekom collaborate to bring asset tracking devices to EMEA and US

Airgain, a provider of integrated wireless solutions, has partnered with Deutsche Telekom to use its network connectivity for Airgain’s asset-tracking devices in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the US. These Airgain asset-tracking devices use cellular technologies such as LTE-M and NarrowBand IoT to track assets inside, outside or in transit.

“Adding Deutsche Telekom IoT as a connectivity partner gives Airgain additional global reach,” said Morad Sbahi, chief revenue officer at Airgain. “They are a world-class partner with broad capabilities and a world-class signal. At Airgain, we are excited to partner with one of Europe’s top IoT innovators.”

Deutsche Telekom has launched T-IoT, in partnership with T-Mobile, which offers global IoT networking using technologies that include NB-IoT, LTE-M, LTE and 5G. The service allows customers to have a single point of contact and contract for their IoT applications.

Airgain says its asset tracking devices provide a battery life of up to 14 years. The company says they are also compatible with any enterprise software stack. Besides tracking location, the devices can monitor various other parameters such as motion, temperature, light, humidity, etc.

Airgain’s NLink platform offers a centralized management system that allows for the customization of deployed devices on a larger scale. The platform uses RESTful APIs to enable easy integration with the customer’s enterprise software.

“We are very excited to work with Airgain and their award-winning asset tracking solutions,” said Klaus Doblich-Fruhstuck, the senior global account director at Deutsche Telekom IoT.

Last year, Deutsche Telekom, along with Orange, Telefónica, Vodafone, and Matsuko, pledged to bring holographic communication to reality. By leveraging a smartphone’s camera, they will capture 2D video footage to render into 3D holograms in the cloud. Users can then stream the content on AR/VR/MR devices.

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