Fibocom FM150-NA Certified by Vodafone, Transforming Connectivity with 5G

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(Sponsored News) Fibocom’s 5G module FM150-NA has been successfully certified by Vodafone, further accelerating industry digital transformation with 5G. FM150-NA is a high-value module that provides perfect 5G connectivity for IoT applications.

Shenzhen China – Fibocom (Stock Code: 300638), a global leading provider of IoT (Internet of Things) wireless solutions and wireless communication modules, announces that its 5G module FM150-NA has been successfully certified by Vodafone. With the certification, the Fibocom FM150-NA module is able to empower a wide range of IoT applications by leveraging Vodafone’s high bandwidth and low latency 5G network.

“We are excited to announce that our 5G module FM150-NA has been certified by Vodafone,” said Gene Santana, VP of Overseas Carriers Certification Dept., Fibocom. “The module helps to accelerate the deployment of 5G worldwide. Fibocom will continue to popularize 5G across various industries with our advanced 5G technology.”

Fibocom’s FM150-NA is a high-value 5G module that provides perfect high-speed experience for customers in the fields of tablet PC, gateway, industrial monitoring, telemedicine, UAV, VR/AR, etc. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon® X55 chipset, Fibocom’s FM150-NA is a NR Sub-6 module supporting both 5G SA and NSA with faster transmission speed, better carrying capacity and lower network latency. It is also backward compatible with LTE-TDD, LTE-FDD and WCDMA network standards, eliminating customers’ investment concerns at the initial stage of 5G construction. The module delivers maximum downlink rates of 2.1Gbps and uplink rates of 450Mbps under 5G, ideally suitable for IoT applications that require high data throughput. The Fibocom FM150-NA module adopts M.2 form factor measuring 30x52x2.3mm, which is compatible with Fibocom’s 5G module FM160.

Along with abundant functionalities such as FOAT, DFOTA, Audio, VoLTE and Esim (optional), the Fibocom FM150-NA module supports multi-constellation GNSS receiver, including GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, QZSS and Galileo, which provides high-performance positioning and navigation while greatly simplifies product design. Meanwhile, it supports multiple operating systems (Linux/ Android/ Windows), various Internet protocols as well as industry-standard interfaces (USIM, GPIO, USB 3.1/3.0/2.0, PCIe 3.0 and I2S), allowing much flexibility and ease of integration for customer’s application.

To date, the Fibocom FM150-NA module has been certified by RoHs/ HF/ FCC/ IC/ PTCRB/ GCF/ T-Mobile, satisfying different deployment requirements for customers worldwide.

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