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Nordic Semiconductor begins lead customer sampling of its nRF91 Series LTE-M/NB-IoT low power cellular IoT solution

Hong Kong, China, December 19, 2017 / - Nordic Semiconductor ASA (NOD) announced that it has started lead customer sampling of its nRF91 Series LTE-M/ NB-IoT low power cellular IoT solution.

As part of the lead customer-sampling program, Nordic has achieved its first approval for operation in live network of a leading cellular operator. Certification testing with infrastructure vendors and operators is also progressing well and according to plan. Nordic remains on track for general sampling of a fully-certified solution by mid-2018.

"This is a significant and important milestone for us," says Svein-Egil Nielsen, CTO with Nordic Semiconductor. "We are very happy to be able to share our nRF91 Series low power cellular IoT solution with lead customers to enable them to start working on their own market-leading cellular IoT applications. "For everyone involved in the development of this groundbreaking technology at Nordic Semiconductor this is a proud moment. We are all very excited about the solution we bring to the market, and we believe that our customer will share this excitement with us.

More information will be provided at a media and investor briefing on Monday 22 January 2018. The event will be held at Nordic Semiconductor's Oslo offices at 5.00pm (CET). A live webcast of the event will also be made available, as too will a more detailed agenda nearer the time.

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Nordic Semiconductor unveils product roadmap for low power cellular Internet of Things

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