Telit unveils connected packages at CES

Telit Cinterion has unveiled a pair of connected module packages at this week’s CES in Las Vegas.

Building upon the company’s 20-plus years in the IoT space, this offering seamlessly packages hardware modules, connectivity and management tools in one as-a-service product, freeing businesses to invest in growth rather than inventory and offering business-friendly opex commercial terms.

The Next connected module packages start at $0.89 per month.

“The Next connected module embodies our commitment as an end-to-end IoT enabler,” said Manish Watwani, chief product officer at Telit Cinterion. “This new generation of IoT-as-a-service is a valuable tool for IoT adopters as it delivers full IoT enablement where the hurdle of the capital investment for the module is financed by Telit Cinterion, allowing customers to figure the end-to-end solution as opex rather than the complex capex-plus-opex model traditionally practiced in industry to date. As we stand at the forefront of transformative advancements in key verticals, innovative financing models like this one propel Telit Cinterion into the future of comprehensive, secure innovations from design to deployment.”

By integrating hardware modules, connectivity and management tool options into a single unified offering, businesses can take advantage of seamless, comprehensive IoT spanning design and deployment. By becoming the sole provider of the module – its financing, support and services for the IoT project – Telit is simplifying the complexities associated with managing multiple mobile operators, hardware providers, certifications, cyber security and connectivity. This streamlines the entire process and allows businesses to focus on their core differentiators, boosting overall deployment, and operational and cost efficiencies.

The LPWA package comprises the ME310G1 module, SIM card, global connectivity plan, NextPro connectivity management portal, and OneEdge for device and data management, It is suitable for smart energy, telematics and e-health verticals.

The LTE package comprises the ELS62 module, SIM card, global connectivity plan, NextPro connectivity management portal, and device management. It is suitable for smart building, e-health and industrial verticals.

Both packages are available in different tiers, allowing businesses to select the level of service that aligns with their needs. These tiers offer varying features and capabilities, providing control and flexibility to users globally.

Suitable for businesses with global IoT deployments in the telematics and tracking, buildings and security, retail and payment, and healthcare verticals, the offering solidifies Telit’s status in the evolving IoT landscape.

Key use cases include:

  • Trucking companies that require real-time information about the in-transit location, temperature and status of refrigerated trailer contents.
  • Smart surveillance security service providers that want to launch a portfolio of video doorbells and other devices sold throughout the USA.
  • Vending machine operators who need up-to-the minute inventory date and financial reporting on stocked goods and sales made.
  • Medical organisations that conduct remote patient monitoring and/or medical asset tracking, with the ability to gather and send data quickly.

Telit Cinterion ( is a global end-to-end IoT enabler providing complete packages to reduce time to market and costs, delivering custom designed, ready-for-market connected devices in addition to maintaining a portfolio of enterprise-grade wireless communication and positioning modules, cellular MVNO connectivity plans and management services, edge-cloud software and data orchestration, and IoT and industrial IoT platforms.