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Bringing Cellular IoT to the Mass Market

Cellular IoT is the trend for future IoT devices, but it requires intensive knowledge and resource to handle the cellular radio certification and software development. Murata's 1SE module together with STMicroelectronics Discovery Cellular Kit is designed to solve this issue for the mass market. And in partnership with Sony Altair and Truphone, these four leaders in their respective fields are simplifying the business of connecting IoT devices globally and at scale.

Date: April 29, 2021
Time: 2 PM EDT (11 AM PDT / 8:00 PM CEST)
Duration: 1 hour
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This webinar brings together the industry leaders in cellular IoT. Murata, Sony Altair, STMicroelectronics, and Truphone will review the trends in cellular IoT and give you insight about enabling new markets. See how the new 1SE module provides everything you need to build an IoT device with 1SE. External antenna power supply and peripheral devices are integrated into this single module. And learn how designing for the cellular IoT is different.

We will review key points about how to use 1SE Certification; including how the module is certified as a host device for easy integration with different types of applications. We will present the discovery board B-L462E-CELL1 from ST to learn and use the 1SE. How to quickly develop smart application using STM32 development tools, STM32CubeExpansion X-CUBE-CELLULAR and ST4SIM with free of charge data plan connectivity.

Target applications for the 1SE include various of IoT applications, such as smart energy devices (e.g. meters, infrastructure), smart cities, smart buildings, smart homes, tracking, agriculture and sensor networks.

Key Takeaways

  • Discover the new Murata Type 1SE LTE Cat M/NB Module
  • Learn the unique benefits of 1SE
  • Gather key points to know about how to use 1SE - Certification
  • Learn key features of Discovery board B-L462E-CELL1 and X-CUBE-CELLULAR


Guy Cohen, Product Manager, Sony Semiconductor Israel

Guy Cohen is product manager at Sony Semiconductor Israel (formerly Altair Semiconductor). He is responsible for managing the company's cellular IoT chipset products. He works closely with R&D teams, the CTO, customers and partners to define the product roadmap and translate product vision into features, while accompanying the solution through the overall product lifecycle. He has worked at Altair Semiconductor for the past 10 years. He brings a strong technical background as a former R&D group manager and technical lead in the RF and system areas. Prior to joining Altair, Cohen worked at Marvell's cellular group and served as a technology officer with the rank of captain at an IDF security information branch. He holds an MBA with a specialization in business strategy, a master and bachelors of science in electrical engineering, and a bachelor's of science in physics from Tel Aviv University.

Ryan Anderson, Senior Product Engineer, Murata

Ryan Anderson has been with Murata for over 20 years focusing on wireless technologies. During this time, Ryan has worked on FHSS, DTS, BLE, Wi-Fi, and propriety radio systems supporting customers all over the world. Currently he is a senior product engineer supporting certifications and key customers for the LTE CATM1/NB1 modules.

Ian Simpson, Head of Strategic Partnerships, Truphone

Ian Simpson recently joined Truphone from the IoT division of ARM, now re-named Kigen, where he was responsible for EMEA sales for eSIM/iSIM and alliances with major ARM partners globally. He has a background in selling professional services, mostly in embedded software, including mobile device development. This has included managing global partnerships with Nokia and Google, and alliances for both Accenture and Oracle and the big 5 SIs.

Solofoniaina Razafindrahaba, MCD Vertical Marketing Cellular Group Leader, STMicroelectronics

Solofo Razafindrahaba is MCD vertical marketing cellular and cloud group leader. He has an extensive background in connectivity. His mission is to specify and design a solution based on STM32 with cellular connectivity. He has over 18 years' experience in architecture, designing and implementing connectivity solution in wireless cellular technology, but also wired technology like DOCSIS cable. His focus has now turned to address the challenges of IoT as an ultra low power device with enhanced secure connection to the cloud. He has master of science in electronic, real time system and signal processing.