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Is NB-IoT the future of IoT connectivity?

Extended coverage, lower power consumption and the security of cellular, the promise of NB-IoT for IoT connectivity is well known but are there times when NB-IoT isn’t the right choice? Join this webinar to get a deeper understanding of NB-IoT, the use cases it’s best suited to and use cases where other connectivity options may be a better option. Attendees will leave this webinar better prepared to make connectivity choices for their device use case.
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