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Your Smart Choice for Cellular IoT

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“Sony's Altair chipsets are enabling the future of the IoT today, providing cost-effective and low... "

Cameron Coursey
VP of Product Development, IoT Solutions, AT&T
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“The PSM offered by Sony's Altair chipset effectively addresses the challenge of battery life...."

Sebastian Tolstoy
Head of Radio Marketing & Communications, Ericsson
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“Sony's Altair CAT-1 chipsets have consistently proven their ability to meet the most aggressive..."

Byungkyun Kim
VP of Device Business Unit, KT (Korea Telecom)
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“Altair has long been regarded as an LTE connectivity leader and the natural partner for our..."

Dr. Eben Upton
CEO, Raspberry Pi
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“Our decision to partner with Altair (now Sony Semiconductor Israel) was an easy one to make...."

Felix Marchal
Chief Product Officer, Telit
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“AsiaTelco (ATEL) has been working closely with Altair for more than five years. Till now we..."

Jason Ding
CEO, AisaTelco
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THE SMART CHOICE FOR CELLULAR IoT

Enabling the Fastest Time to Market

Designed for IoT

Quality and Lifetime Partnership

Security as Core Value

Sony Semiconductor Israel Ltd. (Sony, formerly known as Altair Semiconductor) is a leading provider of cellular IoT chipsets. We offer the smallest and most highly integrated LTE CAT-M and NB-IoT chipsets on the market, featuring ultra-low power consumption, hardware-based security, and a carrier-grade integrated SIM (iSIM), all 5G ready. With a commitment to the highest quality and end-to-end security approach, our all-inclusive cellular IoT chipsets offer the longest battery life and fastest time to market.

Our cellular IoT chipsets are commercially deployed on the world’s most advanced LTE networks. We partner with leading global vendors to provide low-power and cost-efficient modules for a range of industrial and consumer IoT applications such as trackers, smart meters, wearables, and vehicle telematics.