Cavli Wireless and GCT Semiconductor Target the Underserved Indian Module Market

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By Jamie Moss | 1Q 2021 | IN-6100


Assembled in India


Internet of Things (IoT) module manufacturer Cavli Wireless has announced a new range of cellular modules designed in, developed for, and to be manufactured domestically in India. Cavli claims it is the first module vendor to try to do so and will be using cellular modem chipsets supplied by GCT Semiconductor. Cavli Wireless is a relatively new entrant to the IoT module market, being formed in 2017, and is headquartered in California, alongside its new strategic partner GCT. Cavli’s modules are almost exclusively targeted at low-cost, low-bandwidth IoT applications with all but one of its C-series of models offering some combination of Long Term Evolution (LTE) Cat-1, Cat-M, and Narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT). Its P-Series modules are also Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) centric, but incorporate an application processor for edge computing.

Unlike most vendors, all of Cavli’s modules have an Integrated Subscriber Identity Module (iSIM) with Embedded SIM (eSIM) functionality to enable global connectivity. Cavli’s module product portfolio has been designed from the outset on the premise of the…

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