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Twilio IoT Developer Kits

Twilio Developer Kits enable you to bring your ideas to life by making it easy to prototype IoT solutions. Developer Kits come packaged with hardware components, software tools, sample code and Twilio SIMs for connectivity.

You can order a Developer Kit straight from the Twilio IoT console. Once you receive your Developer Kit, you can get started with the tutorials that show you how to work with the Developer Kits.

Twilio Developer Kit for Broadband IoT

This Developer Kit is suitable for IoT devices that need real-time sensing and actuation or enough bandwidth for multimedia payloads. This Kit connects using LTE Category 1 enabled through the Programmable Wireless SIM with Trust Onboard. Trust Onboard gives your device a unique identity that can be used to authenticate against a backend cloud service.

Broadband IoT connectivity provides lower latency and high throughput that is required for connecting devices like wearables, drones, ground vehicles, AR/VR-enabled devices, and sensors that require greater capabilities.

Follow this tutorial to start working with the Developer Kit for Broadband IoT.

Twilio Developer Kit for Massive IoT

This Developer Kit comes packaged with a Narrowband SIM, development board hardware and prototyping sensors to enable Massive IoT device prototyping.

Massive IoT connectivity targets huge volumes of low-complexity devices that infrequently send or receive messages. The traffic is often tolerant of delay and typical use cases include low-cost sensors, meters, and trackers. Massive IoT devices may required extended cellular coverage and may need to rely solely on a battery power supply.

Follow this tutorial to start working with the Developer Kit for Narrowband IoT.

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