Powertec chooses to partner with Nextivity due to the quality of the high-end technology of the high-end carrier grade products. We are proud to share that Nextivity has for the fifth time this year been recognised for their unique Cel-Fi products.
Cel-Fi GO is a core way in which Powertec delivers expert wireless communication products and solutions that make a difference in people’s lives. Read more about Nextivity’s award-winning product below.
Nextivity’s Cel-Fi GO Receives IoT Innovations 2019 Award from Connected World
Product is one of only five to be recognized in the annual program as a leading solution for the IoT market
Nextivity announced that Cel-Fi GO received an IoT Innovations 2019 award from Connected World. The annual program recognizes new and transformative innovations for the burgeoning IoT market. Cel-Fi GO was one of five solutions to receive recognition by the editorial advisory board of judges.
“We know all too well the struggles many industries face to tap into connectivity,” says Peggy Smedley, Editorial Director of Connected World. “Nextivity addresses this with its Cel-Fi GO, which is well positioned to provide the coverage needed to support cellular IoT.”
Cel-Fi GO is an indoor/outdoor cellular coverage solution with modes to support both mobile and stationary IoT solutions. Cel-Fi GO is designed with best-in-class gain and advanced echo-cancellation techniques to overcome most RF challenges seen in the field that typically interfere with cellular signals, making Cel-Fi GO ideal for use in commercial properties, multi-use buildings, agricultural settings, manufacturing operations, parking structures, and remote installations.
“Providing cellular coverage to support IoT applications in challenging environments has been a struggle for many organizations, but the increasing awareness of LTE-based IoT connectivity is gaining momentum,” says Werner Sievers, CEO of Nextivity. “
Cel-Fi GO is a proven IoT solution enabler.”Cel-Fi GO supports connectivity across multiple industry verticals for a variety of real-world IoT applications, such as:
- Business continuity (cellular failover) for redundancy
- Mission-critical applications
- Security and safety for the job site, workers, and the public
- Insurance/underwriter risk and liability mitigation (e911)
Original article posted 13 May 2019 by Nextivity. You can read the full article here