Bringing Cellular IoT to the Mass Market
Watch now 1-hour webinar video replay to learn how the turnkey solutions from STMicroelectronics, Murata, Sony Altair, and Truphone simplify the design of cellular IoT applications
This webinar was broadcasted April 27-29th 2021
Hosted by GlobalSpec Engineering 360, this one-hour webinar brings together the industry leaders in cellular IoT. Murata, Sony Altair, STMicroelectronics, and Truphone will review the trends in cellular IoT and give you insights into new applications. With the external antenna power supply and peripheral devices integrated into Murata’s ultra-small Type 1SE LTE Cat M/NB Module, it provides a turnkey solution to build an IoT device with cellular connectivity.
We will explain how the 1SE module is certified as a host device for easy integration with different types of applications. We will also present ST’s latest all-in-one B-L462E-CELL1 discovery board, which is based on Murata’s 1SE module and powered by an STM32L4 MCU and ST4SIM eSIM, so you can learn how to quickly develop smart applications using STM32 development tools, including X-CUBE-CELLULAR STM32Cube expansion software, and ST4SIM with free of charge data plan connectivity.
Target applications for the 1SE module include various IoT applications, such as smart energy devices (e.g. meters), smart cities, smart buildings, smart homes, tracking, agriculture and sensor networks.
- Discover the features of the new Murata Type 1SE LTE Cat M/NB Module
- Learn about the unique benefits of the 1SE module
- Gather key points to know about how to use 1SE – Certification
- Learn how to benefit from the key features of the all-in-one B-L462E-CELL1 discovery board and X-CUBE-CELLULAR STM32Cube expansion software
After the webinar, there will be a 15-minute Q&A session where our experts will be available to answer any questions.
Guy Cohen, Product Manager, Sony Semiconductor Israel
Guy Cohen is product manager at Sony Semiconductor Israel (formerly Altair Semiconductor). He is responsible for managing the company's cellular IoT chipset products. He works closely with R&D teams, the CTO, customers, and partners to define the product roadmap and translate product vision into features, while accompanying the solution through the overall product lifecycle. He has worked at Altair Semiconductor for the past 10 years. He brings a strong technical background as a former R&D group manager and technical lead in the RF and system areas. Prior to joining Altair, Cohen worked at Marvell's cellular group and served as a technology officer with the rank of captain at an IDF security information branch. He holds an MBA with a specialization in business strategy, a master and bachelor of science in electrical engineering, and a bachelor of science in physics from Tel Aviv University.
Ryan Anderson, Senior Product Engineer, Murata
Ryan Anderson has been with Murata for over 20 years, focusing on wireless technologies. During this time, Ryan has worked on FHSS, DTS, BLE, Wi-Fi, and propriety radio systems supporting customers all over the world. Currently he is a senior product engineer supporting certifications and key customers for the LTE CATM1/NB1 modules.
Ian Simpson recently joined Truphone from the IoT division of ARM, now re-named Kigen, where he was responsible for EMEA sales of eSIM/iSIM and alliances with major ARM partners globally. He has a background in selling professional services, mostly in embedded software, including mobile device development. This has included managing global partnerships with Nokia and Google, and alliances for both Accenture and Oracle and the big 5 SIs.
Solofoniaina Razafindrahaba, Vertical Marketing Cellular Group Leader, Microcontroller Division, STMicroelectronics
Solofoniaina Razafindrahaba is vertical marketing cellular and cloud group leader in ST’s Microcontroller Division. He has an extensive background in connectivity. His mission is to specify and design a solution based on STM32 with cellular connectivity. He has over 18 years' experience in system architecture, and in the design and implementation of connectivity solutions in wireless cellular technology, as well as wired technology, including the DOCSIS standard. His focus has now turned to addressing the challenges of IoT as an ultra-low power device with enhanced, secure cloud connectivity. He has Master of Science in electronic, real-time system and signal processing.