NEW DELHI: Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider Cavli Wireless has unveiled its new made-in-India module, the Cavli CQS290 cellular Android module that can deliver LTE Cat 4 speeds of up to 150Mbps downlink and 50Mbps uplink, with 2G fallback.
The module is powered by the Cortex A53 quad-core chipset and the Adreno 702 GPU. The module comes in two region-specific variants. It is equipped with the Qualcomm Location Suite Gen 9VT engine for GNSS and multi-constellation GNSS support, including GPS, GLONASS, and more.
The module is aimed for applications ranging from two-wheelers and telematics to fleet management and point-of-sale terminals. It comes with an optional integrated eSIM.
Cavli has strategic partnerships with telecom carriers both in India and globally, and offers LTE and LTE-M connectivity.
“We are unwavering in our commitment to developing India’s semiconductor ecosystem, recognizing the journey ahead to become a global semiconductor powerhouse despite geopolitical challenges, and emphasizing the necessity for industry-government-academia collaboration to meet this exciting challenge,” said John Mathew, CEO and chief Technology Architect of Cavli Wireless.
Cavli has an engineering presence in Kochi, and it is gearing up for a significant workforce expansion in the coming years, with the India operations team projected to surpass 200 skilled professionals across diverse technological and business roles.