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Indonesia's BOLT Select Sequans' LTE Chipset to Power LTE Outdoor Unit

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Indonesia's BOLT Select Sequans' LTE Chipset to Power LTE Outdoor Unit Image Credit: Sequans

Indonesia's 4G LTE operator BOLT has selected Sequans' LTE chipset to power an LTE outdoor unit (ODU).

Gemtek, world-leading maker of broadband wireless devices and a long time partner of Sequans, is the designer and manufacturer of the new device.

In addition to LTE Category 4 throughput, the new BOLT! CPE, WLTQS-103, includes an Ethernet port, TR-069, and covers all of BOLT!’s LTE bands.

The chip inside the new BOLT! CPE is Sequans’ Mont Blanc LTE Platform. Mont Blanc is a member of Sequans’ StreamrichLTE family of products for broadband devices.

Mont Blanc comprises baseband with integrated high-performance network and application CPU, an LTE-optimized transceiver, a carrier-proven and mature LTE protocol stack, and a comprehensive software package.

Designed for the highest performance and efficiency as a standalone, single mode 4G LTE solution, Mont Blanc is a powerful, compact, and cost-effective LTE connectivity solution for feature-rich, high performance mobile devices. 

Billy Abe, Chief Product Officer, BOLT!
Only BOLT! offers outdoor CPEs in Indonesia and the demand from customers for wireless broadband access is very high. We are pleased to offer this exceptional new LTE-enabled device based on Sequans technology, that provides advanced LTE capability, including Category 4 (150 Mbps) throughput. The new device gives our customers a truly useful, powerful, and cost-competitive broadband connectivity solution.

Hugues  Waldberger, VP of Sequans' Broadband Business Unit 
We are excited to see our Mont Blanc technology reaching customers in Indonesia via Bolt’s new CPE. We believe that BOLT! customers in Indonesia will be delighted by the CPE’s very high performance that will make internet access much quicker and easier.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

For tips and feedback, email Ray at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com, or reach him on LinkedIn, Facebook 

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