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T-Mobile (TMUS), Battle Motors Tie Up for EV Software for Trucks

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T- Mobile U.S. Inc. (TMUS - Free Report) recently inked an agreement with Battle Motors for an undisclosed amount to employ its 4G LTE connectivity to the latter’s EV (electric vehicles) portfolio. With the consumer automotive industry operating briskly to adopt the EV technology, Battle Motors will use the 4G LTE connectivity service provided by T- Mobile to provide real time sharing of information.
 
Battle Motors aims to introduce this network connectivity feature across all EV rolling out across the Ohio based production line. This will allow the vocational truck operator to keep a real time track of their electric trucks, including information like battery range, historical and real time location, trip status, firmware updates and full bill of the materials. Battle Motors will also be utilizing the factory-installed TMUS’ RevolutionOS software that will provide actionable data and information to drivers and fleet managers. The RevolutionOS will aid customers to gain key insights from a remote location by scanning a QR code.
 
Also, the control center of T-Mobile has a significant role to play in the agreement. The loT platform of the company will aid in easy deployment and visibility of all their commercial trucks. Riding on such collaborative agreements, the carrier is likely to generate incremental revenues in the near future.
 
T-Mobile is quite assertive about the massive synergies coming its way with a launch of mid-band 5G spectrum in more than 410 cities and town. The company is planning to continue lightening its 5G spectrum for customers who want to experience up to gigabit-per-second peak 5G speeds. The extensive network coverage will further help Battle Motors to track its vehicles across the country.
 
The stock has lost 2.3% over the past year compared with the industry’s decline of 24.3%.
 

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We remain impressed with the inherent growth potential of the Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) stock. You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.
 
Monolithic Power Systems (MPWR - Free Report) , sporting a Zacks Rank #1, is a key pick for stock investors. Monolithic Power has long-term earning growth rate expectation of 25%.
Earnings estimate for the current year has moved up 55.8%, over the past year. The empirical research shows a strong correlation between trend in earnings estimate revisions and near term string price movements.
 
InterDigital (IDCC - Free Report) , also sports Zacks Rank #1.It has a long-term earnings growth rate expectation of 15%.
Earnings estimates for the current year have moved up to 28.9% over the past year. InterDigital is focused on pursuing agreements with unlicensed customers in the handset and consumer electronics market.
 
Silicon Motion Technology (SIMO - Free Report) , carrying Zacks Rank #2(buy), is another great pick for stock investors. It has a long-term earnings growth rate of 9% with earnings surprise of .96% on average.
T- Mobile U.S. Inc. (TMUS - Free Report) recently inked an agreement with Battle Motors for an undisclosed amount to employ its 4G LTE connectivity to the latter’s EV (electric vehicles) portfolio. With the consumer automotive industry operating briskly to adopt the EV technology, Battle Motors will use the 4G LTE connectivity service provided by T- Mobile to provide real time sharing of information.
 
Battle Motors aims to introduce this network connectivity feature across all EV rolling out across the Ohio based production line. This will allow the vocational truck operator to keep a real time track of their electric trucks, including information like battery range, historical and real time location, trip status, firmware updates and full bill of the materials. Battle Motors will also be utilizing the factory-installed TMUS’ RevolutionOS software that will provide actionable data and information to drivers and fleet managers. The RevolutionOS will aid customers to gain key insights from a remote location by scanning a QR code.
 
Also, the control center of T-Mobile has a significant role to play in the agreement. The loT platform of the company will aid in easy deployment and visibility of all their commercial trucks. Riding on such collaborative agreements, the carrier is likely to generate incremental revenues in the near future.
 
T-Mobile is quite assertive about the massive synergies coming its way with a launch of mid-band 5G spectrum in more than 410 cities and town. The company is planning to continue lightening its 5G spectrum for customers who want to experience up to gigabit-per-second peak 5G speeds. The extensive network coverage will further help Battle Motors to track its vehicles across the country.
 
The stock has lost 2.3% over the past year compared with the industry’s decline of 24.3%.
 
We remain impressed with the inherent growth potential of the Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) stock. You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.
 
Monolithic Power Systems (MPWR - Free Report) , sporting a Zacks Rank #1, is a key pick for stock investors. Monolithic Power has long-term earning growth rate expectation of 25%.
Earnings estimate for the current year has moved up 55.8%, over the past year. The empirical research shows a strong correlation between trend in earnings estimate revisions and near term string price movements.
 
InterDigital (IDCC - Free Report) , also sports Zacks Rank #1.It has a long-term earnings growth rate expectation of 15%.
Earnings estimates for the current year have moved up to 28.9% over the past year. InterDigital is focused on pursuing agreements with unlicensed customers in the handset and consumer electronics market.
 
Silicon Motion Technology (SIMO - Free Report) , carrying Zacks Rank #2(buy), is another great pick for stock investors. It has a long-term earnings growth rate of 9% with earnings surprise of .96% on average.
T- Mobile U.S. Inc. (TMUS - Free Report) recently inked an agreement with Battle Motors for an undisclosed amount to employ its 4G LTE connectivity to the latter’s EV (electric vehicles) portfolio. With the consumer automotive industry operating briskly to adopt the EV technology, Battle Motors will use the 4G LTE connectivity service provided by T- Mobile to provide real time sharing of information.
 
Battle Motors aims to introduce this network connectivity feature across all EV rolling out across the Ohio based production line. This will allow the vocational truck operator to keep a real time track of their electric trucks, including information like battery range, historical and real time location, trip status, firmware updates and full bill of the materials. Battle Motors will also be utilizing the factory-installed TMUS’ RevolutionOS software that will provide actionable data and information to drivers and fleet managers. The RevolutionOS will aid customers to gain key insights from a remote location by scanning a QR code.
 
Also, the control center of T-Mobile has a significant role to play in the agreement. The loT platform of the company will aid in easy deployment and visibility of all their commercial trucks. Riding on such collaborative agreements, the carrier is likely to generate incremental revenues in the near future.
 
T-Mobile is quite assertive about the massive synergies coming its way with a launch of mid-band 5G spectrum in more than 410 cities and town. The company is planning to continue lightening its 5G spectrum for customers who want to experience up to gigabit-per-second peak 5G speeds. The extensive network coverage will further help Battle Motors to track its vehicles across the country.
 
The stock has lost 2.3% over the past year compared with the industry’s decline of 24.3%.
 
We remain impressed with the inherent growth potential of the Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) stock. You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.
 
Monolithic Power Systems (MPWR - Free Report) , sporting a Zacks Rank #1, is a key pick for stock investors. Monolithic Power has long-term earning growth rate expectation of 25%.
Earnings estimate for the current year has moved up 55.8%, over the past year. The empirical research shows a strong correlation between trend in earnings estimate revisions and near term string price movements.
 
InterDigital (IDCC - Free Report) , also sports Zacks Rank #1.It has a long-term earnings growth rate expectation of 15%.
Earnings estimates for the current year have moved up to 28.9% over the past year. InterDigital is focused on pursuing agreements with unlicensed customers in the handset and consumer electronics market.
 
Silicon Motion Technology (SIMO - Free Report) , carrying Zacks Rank #2(buy), is another great pick for stock investors. It has a long-term earnings growth rate of 9% with earnings surprise of .96% on average.
T- Mobile U.S. Inc. (TMUS - Free Report) recently inked an agreement with Battle Motors for an undisclosed amount to employ its 4G LTE connectivity to the latter’s EV (electric vehicles) portfolio. With the consumer automotive industry operating briskly to adopt the EV technology, Battle Motors will use the 4G LTE connectivity service provided by T- Mobile to provide real time sharing of information.
 
Battle Motors aims to introduce this network connectivity feature across all EV rolling out across the Ohio based production line. This will allow the vocational truck operator to keep a real time track of their electric trucks, including information like battery range, historical and real time location, trip status, firmware updates and full bill of the materials. Battle Motors will also be utilizing the factory-installed TMUS’ RevolutionOS software that will provide actionable data and information to drivers and fleet managers. The RevolutionOS will aid customers to gain key insights from a remote location by scanning a QR code.
 
Also, the control center of T-Mobile has a significant role to play in the agreement. The loT platform of the company will aid in easy deployment and visibility of all their commercial trucks. Riding on such collaborative agreements, the carrier is likely to generate incremental revenues in the near future.
 
T-Mobile is quite assertive about the massive synergies coming its way with a launch of mid-band 5G spectrum in more than 410 cities and town. The company is planning to continue lightening its 5G spectrum for customers who want to experience up to gigabit-per-second peak 5G speeds. The extensive network coverage will further help Battle Motors to track its vehicles across the country.
 
The stock has lost 2.3% over the past year compared with the industry’s decline of 24.3%.
 
We remain impressed with the inherent growth potential of the Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) stock. You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.
 
Monolithic Power Systems (MPWR - Free Report) , sporting a Zacks Rank #1, is a key pick for stock investors. Monolithic Power has long-term earning growth rate expectation of 25%.
Earnings estimate for the current year has moved up 55.8%, over the past year. The empirical research shows a strong correlation between trend in earnings estimate revisions and near term string price movements.
 
InterDigital (IDCC - Free Report) , also sports Zacks Rank #1.It has a long-term earnings growth rate expectation of 15%.
Earnings estimates for the current year have moved up to 28.9% over the past year. InterDigital is focused on pursuing agreements with unlicensed customers in the handset and consumer electronics market.
 
Silicon Motion Technology (SIMO - Free Report) , carrying Zacks Rank #2(buy), is another great pick for stock investors. It has a long-term earnings growth rate of 9% with earnings surprise of .96% on average.
T- Mobile U.S. Inc. (TMUS - Free Report) recently inked an agreement with Battle Motors for an undisclosed amount to employ its 4G LTE connectivity to the latter’s EV (electric vehicles) portfolio. With the consumer automotive industry operating briskly to adopt the EV technology, Battle Motors will use the 4G LTE connectivity service provided by T- Mobile to provide real time sharing of information.
 
Battle Motors aims to introduce this network connectivity feature across all EV rolling out across the Ohio based production line. This will allow the vocational truck operator to keep a real time track of their electric trucks, including information like battery range, historical and real time location, trip status, firmware updates and full bill of the materials. Battle Motors will also be utilizing the factory-installed TMUS’ RevolutionOS software that will provide actionable data and information to drivers and fleet managers. The RevolutionOS will aid customers to gain key insights from a remote location by scanning a QR code.
 
Also, the control center of T-Mobile has a significant role to play in the agreement. The loT platform of the company will aid in easy deployment and visibility of all their commercial trucks. Riding on such collaborative agreements, the carrier is likely to generate incremental revenues in the near future.
 
T-Mobile is quite assertive about the massive synergies coming its way with a launch of mid-band 5G spectrum in more than 410 cities and town. The company is planning to continue lightening its 5G spectrum for customers who want to experience up to gigabit-per-second peak 5G speeds. The extensive network coverage will further help Battle Motors to track its vehicles across the country.
 
The stock has lost 2.3% over the past year compared with the industry’s decline of 24.3%.
 
We remain impressed with the inherent growth potential of the Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) stock. You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.
 
Monolithic Power Systems (MPWR - Free Report) , sporting a Zacks Rank #1, is a key pick for stock investors. Monolithic Power has long-term earning growth rate expectation of 25%.
Earnings estimate for the current year has moved up 55.8%, over the past year. The empirical research shows a strong correlation between trend in earnings estimate revisions and near term string price movements.
 
InterDigital (IDCC - Free Report) , also sports Zacks Rank #1.It has a long-term earnings growth rate expectation of 15%.
Earnings estimates for the current year have moved up to 28.9% over the past year. InterDigital is focused on pursuing agreements with unlicensed customers in the handset and consumer electronics market.
 
Silicon Motion Technology (SIMO - Free Report) , carrying Zacks Rank #2(buy), is another great pick for stock investors. It has a long-term earnings growth rate of 9% with earnings surprise of .96% on average.
T- Mobile U.S. Inc. (TMUS - Free Report) recently inked an agreement with Battle Motors for an undisclosed amount to employ its 4G LTE connectivity in the latter’s EV (electric vehicle) portfolio. With the consumer automotive industry operating briskly to adopt the EV technology, Battle Motors will use the 4G LTE connectivity service provided by T-Mobile to offer real time sharing of information.
 
Battle Motors aims to introduce this network connectivity feature across all EVs rolling out across the Ohio-based production line. This will allow the vocational truck operator to keep a real time track of their electric trucks, including information like battery range, historical and real time location, trip status, firmware updates and full bill of the materials. Battle Motors will also be utilizing the factory-installed TMUS’ RevolutionOS software that will provide actionable data and information to drivers and fleet managers. The RevolutionOS will aid customers to gain key insights from a remote location by scanning a QR code.
 
Also, the control center of T-Mobile has a significant role to play in the agreement. The loT platform of the company will aid in easy deployment and visibility of all their commercial trucks. Riding on such collaborative agreements, the carrier is likely to generate incremental revenues in the near future.
 
T-Mobile is quite assertive about the massive synergies coming its way with a launch of mid-band 5G spectrum in more than 410 cities and town. The company is planning to continue lightening its 5G spectrum for customers who want to experience up to gigabit-per-second peak 5G speeds. The extensive network coverage will further help Battle Motors to track its vehicles across the country.
 
The stock has lost 10.9% over the past year compared with the industry’s decline of 24.3%.
 
We remain impressed with the inherent growth potential of the Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) stock. You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.
 
Monolithic Power Systems (MPWR - Free Report) , sporting a Zacks Rank #1, is a key pick for stock investors. Monolithic Power has long-term earning growth rate expectation of 25%.
 
Earnings estimate for the current year has moved up 55.8%, over the past year. The empirical research shows a strong correlation between trend in earnings estimate revisions and near term string price movements.
 
InterDigital (IDCC - Free Report) , also sports Zacks Rank #1. It has a long-term earnings growth rate expectation of 15%.
 
Earnings estimates for the current year have moved up to 28.9% over the past year. InterDigital is focused on pursuing agreements with unlicensed customers in the handset and consumer electronics market.
 
Silicon Motion Technology (SIMO - Free Report) , carrying Zacks Rank #2 (Buy), is another great pick for investors. It has a long-term earnings growth rate of 9% with earnings surprise of .96% on average.
 
Earnings estimates for the current year have moved up 24.4%, over the past year.  SIMO has established itself as the leading merchant supplier of client SSD controller to module makers, including most leaders in the United States.