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Since its founding, Sequans has focused entirely on the development of 4G chip solutions and over the course of nine years has developed and delivered six generations of steadily advancing 4G technology. Sequans’ solutions reflect this deep experience.

LTESequans offers two LTE product families targeting two distinct segments of the LTE end user device market: 1) StreamrichLTE products are for the high performance LTE devices market; and 2) StreamliteLTE products are for the Internet connected devices market.

StreamrichLTE product family

Cassiopeia LTE-Advanced Platform, based on SQN3220 baseband SOC
For high performing, feature-rich LTE devices, Cassiopeia is a powerful LTE-A solution, providing extraordinary carrier aggregation capability, allowing the combination of any two carriers of any size of to 20 MHz each for a total of 40 MHz. Cassiopeia also supports eICIC, eMBMS, enhanced MIMO, RCS and VoLTE. 3GPP Release 10 compliant.

Mont Blanc LTE Platform and SQN3120 baseband SOC
For high performing, feature rich desktop CPE and hostless USB dongles. Features all the capabilities of Andromeda plus an integrated, customer-programmable applications processor.

Mont Blanc WiMAX/LTE Platform and SQN5120 dual mode baseband SOC
For dual mode WiMAX/LTE devices, supporting both WiMAX and LTE in a single die solution.

StreamliteLTE product family

Colibri LTE Platform
Colibri is optimized for Cat 4 M2M and connected devices for the Internet of Things (IoT). It delivers an ideal set of IoT-friendly features for ultra high efficiency and low cost, enabling affordable M2M and IoT devices.

Calliope LTE Platform
Calliope is optimized for Cat 1 devices for the Internet of Things (IoT), such as wearables and industrial monitoring devices. It delivers an ideal set of IoT-friendly features for especially low cost / low power IoT applications.
Narrowband LTE Single Chip Cat M1 andCat M2 Solution for the Internet of Things (IoT)
Monarch is a single-chip LTE Cat M1 and Cat M2 solution designed especifically for narrowband IoT applications, including sensors, wearables, and other low data, low power M2M and IoT devices. Monarch complies with the ultra-low-power and reduced complexity feature requirements of the 3GPP release 13 LTE Advanced Pro standard, defining narrowband, low data rate LTE technology for machine-type-communications (MTC). Monarch achieves a very high level of integration whereby baseband, RF transceiver, power management, and RAM memory are integrated into a tiny 6 x 8.5 mm package, running Sequans’ carrier-proven LTE protocol stack, an OMA lightweight M2M (LWM2M) client for over-the-air device management, and a rich set of AT commands. Support for programmable RF filtering allows a simple, reduced bill-of-materials hardware design that enables single SKU devices supporting global LTE bands.


Monarch is ideal for adding Cat M1 and/or Cat M2 LTE connectivity to narrowband, low data rate M2M and IoT devices, including utility meters, industrial sensors, health and fitness bands, asset trackers, and numerous
additional devices for smart home, smart city, and wearable applications.

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986NB-IoT Interoperability a Problem, but It's Being Fixed – Sequans CEO [grapFUBHO-Saturday
985[youtube video]FUBHO-last Friday
984 T-Mobile joins CTIA in pushing FCC to reform rules for 3.5 GHz by Colin Gibbs FUBHO-last Thursday
983FirstNet and AT&T submit customized buildout plans by Colin GibbsJun 20, 20FUBHO1last Wednesday
982RE:Sequans probably has something in the pipeline at AT&T, it just hasn'FUBHO-last Monday
981Agreed, but Altair has product shipping at both Verizon and AT&T. Sequans dhooligan-last Monday
980Altair has 100% of ATT's zero revenue market. It is early.FUBHO-last Monday
979Craig Miller went to Ublox Altair is killing SQNS at AT&T. They will be supphooligan-last Monday
978Hope they needed this cash because of a huge demand for wafer purchases.FUBHO-June 17
977Uh oh. VOD defends NB-1, and the silence is telling. Refs to firmware suggests sfrmrVZguy-June 16
976DIGITIMES reports Wistron Gemtek REBOUND sequential revenue gains look bullish frmrVZguy-June 15
975Agreed. The market response to the offering has been amazing. Worst case the bothooligan-June 14
974As of 9.40, the stock is up, after announcing dilution. So I just bought more atJCnieuwenj-June 14
973Good deal. Not as bad as I thought. A very good sign they didn't have to dishooligan-June 14
972Sequans Communications prices underwritten public offering of American Depow0z-June 14
971Early email to resulted in a copy at 6:30 AM witw0z-June 14
970 Offering price should be in the neighborhood of $3.60-$3.65 a share if previoushooligan-June 13
969Dilution will be at most 4.3 million shares, which is all they have left to offehooligan1June 13
968SQNS FORM 6-K: Huawei was "16% of total revenues" or 135K modules lastfrmrVZguy2June 13
967SEC Filings on EDGAR for SQNS: FORM 6-K and PRELIMINARY PROSPECTUS. Well, that efrmrVZguy-June 13
966PERSPECTIVE: LoRaWAN (Sigfox, LoRa and Ingenu) have about 10million users instalfrmrVZguy-June 13
9654G PRO News: Aggregated spectrum w/8 devices produces 2.6Gbps service. Enhances frmrVZguy-June 13
964REPORT: Verizon asked Apple for 3.5 GHz CBRS support in the next iPhone per fierfrmrVZguy-June 9
963Tailwind news: "MiFi mobile broadband business have significantly improved.frmrVZguy-June 8
962mmWave versus LTE-A PRO. SKTelecom proves speeds and coverage. Webpass news showfrmrVZguy1June 8
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