Telit’s Modules Certified by Microsoft Azure for IoT Device Catalog

August 12, 2020 Perry Cohen

Telit announced a collection of its module families are now certified by Microsoft as part of its Azure Certified for IoT device catalog. The ME910C1, WL865E4, LE910C1, LE910C4, ME910G1, and ME310G1 have all been certified in the catalog.

The certificate gives Azure solution developers a comprehensive selection of LTE-M, NB-IoT, LTE Cat 1-4, Wi-Fi +Bluetooth modules, allowing for rapid development of IoT applications.

Further, the program consists of over 1,000 IoT devices that are certified to work with Azure IoT Hub, Azure IoT Edge, and IoT Plug and Play (Public Preview).

Telit’s modules, which have been certified, provide integration with Azure IoT hub through easy-to-easy AT commands. Integrators are able to use AT commands when the module is paired with an external MCU or, per the company, develop their own applications through the Azure IoT SDK when using the Telit module for on-board application development.

"We welcome Telit’s family of modules to the growing list of Azure Plug-and-Play devices, making it easier for OEMs and solution builders to include connectivity that ‘just works’ with the Azure IoT platform,” said general manager of Azure IoT Azure IoT at Microsoft Corp Tony Shakib, in a press release. "Telit’s work in emerging network technologies like NB-IoT and CAT-1 opens up new possibilities for digital transformation across many industries to simplify IoT from edge to cloud."

For more information on the certification and modules, visit

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