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Altair Chips in Yota's New LTE USB Dongles

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HOD HASHARON, Israel, and MOSCOW -- Altair Semiconductor (www.altair-semi.com), the world’s leading developer of ultra-low power, small footprint and high performance 4G LTE chipsets, and Yota Devices, a leading LTE Device developer, today announced that Altair's FourGee™ technology is powering the new generation of Yota Devices’ USB dongle soon to be deployed on Yota Russia’s LTE network. The new devices, which are designed to support on-the-go, as well has home-based internet connectivity over LTE Wireless Broadband Networks, feature an Altair-based modem that works in up to two LTE Frequency bands: the 800MHz Digital Dividend and the 2600MHz FDD frequency bands. Based in Moscow, Russia, Yota Devices has sold 3 million connectivity devices since 2009, including modems and routers and has 6% of the global LTE devices market. Altair Semiconductor

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