"Fast connectivity is increasingly important across a range of mobile devices, so we are pleased to be implementing Qualcomm Gobi technology in our latest LTE products," said Dan Schieler, senior vice president, Mobile Computing, Sierra Wireless. "Our customers, and ultimately, their end users, will appreciate the increased data speeds Gobi chipsets enable."
The Qualcomm Gobi MDM9625™ and MDM9225™ chipsets began sampling to vendors last November and are anticipated to enable commercial device launches with LTE Advanced Carrier Aggregation later this year.
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