• Whitepapers
Transitioning to LTE-M

With low-cost modules, extended battery life, better signal penetration, carrier-grade security, and the ability to use existing infrastructure, LTE-M has the potential to improve all IoT business models.

  • Whitepapers
3 Pitfalls to Avoid When Moving to LTE-M

While the advantages of IoT are significant, there are basic hurdles to overcome when entering into this connected world. With well-thought plans, and an experienced provider, businesses can gain the coverage they need, enact comprehensive connectivity management for total device oversight, and be backed by a support structure that focuses on their success.

  • Infographics
Infographic: How to Choose Your IoT Connectivity Technology

Learn what your business needs with this 3-part infographic depicting the wireless connectivity technology landscape.

  • Webinars
How to Beat the Competition with IoT

“The ability to make changes to many devices remotely is important especially for operators of large-scale IoT deployments where updating devices manually would be a nearly impossible task.”

  • Webinars
LTE-M: Leveraging New IoT Technologies into Diverse Industries

Multiple industries have embraced the potential for widespread changes that IoT devices bring. With low-cost modules, extended battery life, better signal penetration, and the ability to use existing infrastructure, LTE-M has the potential to improve all IoT business models.

  • Analyst Reports
Cellular Benefits for Meeting The ELD Mandate

This report, aimed at providers of fleet management solutions, explores the 8 reasons why Fleet Managers should connect ELDs to a cellular network.

  • Industry Briefs
Why Aeris? IoT Connectivity Solutions for Management and Cost

Aeris provides multi-carrier, multi-technology IoT solutions. That means regardless of your chosen carrier, and regardless of the underlying technology, Aeris solutions can connect and provide numerous advantages.

  • Industry Briefs
Aeris IoT + LTE-M: Low Cost, High Functionality

With low-cost modules, extended battery life, better signal penetration, and the ability to use existing infrastructure, LTE-M has the potential to improve all IoT business models.