Start building with an IoT Developer Kit
for limited time
- Connection to T-Mobile’s network
- SIM card with 500 MB of data
- SDK based on Zephyr’s RTOS
- Built-in sensors
- Companion web and mobile apps
- Free shipping
Get your IoT concept ready for the T-Mobile network quickly with the DevEdge IoT Developer Kit, which also features a complete software development kit (SDK) for fast cloud services integration. We’re making it easy for developers to focus on your specific applications, connect to our network, and certify IoT devices for launch.
Our IoT Developer Kit uses LTE CAT-M, a leading LPWA network technology for Internet of Things applications offering a connection speed of up to 375 Kbps. It can connect resource-constrained devices to the internet and transmit small amounts of data over long periods of time, while providing high signal penetration and maintaining minimal power consumption. Out of the box, you can see the device’s data over our cellular network without additional coding.
Find information on what’s included in the IoT Developer Kit, its specifications, the capabilities of the companion apps, and our partnership with Zephyr.
Our kit was built for headache-free development.
Out of the box, our IoT Developer Kit is ready for you to start building. Utilize our companion mobile and web apps and our User Guide to help you navigate your device.
Connect to T-Mobile’s network right out of the box.
Interface with built-in sensors and more.
See signs of life and sensor data using companion apps.
Build your IoT concept with our SDK based on Zephyr’s RTOS.
Utilize our integrated debugging interface in the companion app.
Power your IoT Developer Kit with more capabilities.
Every IoT Developer Kit comes with our Device Management API, and you can also select additional APIs during checkout to enhance the capabilities of your device.
Let’s create something amazing together.
Our IoT Developer Kit enables you with a variety of capabilities right out of the box. Here are just a few ideas to get you started whether you want to test it out “as is” or add more sensors or other hardware to realize your concept. There are infinite other ideas you could explore.
Out of the box
Bring your own sensors
Contact the T-Mobile DevEdge team.
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