There are three application spaces designated for 5G– eMBB to replace 4G, URLCC for data transfer, and mMTC for device networks.
You might be unable to answer the question, "what is cellular IoT?" But I'm sure you're familiar with the underlying technology. Cellular...
There's a lot of buzz around cellular IoT. Here are the difference between Cat-0, Cat-1, LTE-M, NB-IoT, EC-GSM, and 5G — and why you should care.
As the promise of 5G continues to drive massive growth for IoT, it’s important for companies to put systems in place to support the data created by all these connected devices. Ensure your data modeling approach is suited for IoT deployments Put systems in place to review your data in real-time Only keep the data you need Plan for scale Automate data replication Add analytics
5G networks offer excellent capabilities that make them the ideal choice to meet the wide variety of needs in the construction industry.
Formula 1 teams are pioneering new IoT and data sharing technologies that will soon become features of the consumer's connected car. Through 5G and V2X (vehicle-to-everything), innovations that are powering modern motorsports are finding their way from the racetrack to the roadway.
Faster speeds, more bandwidth, and a host of other features give 5G an edge when it comes to connecting your devices. But is it ready for your home?
5G will have a profound positive impact on technologies in the manufacturing sector, such as with AI and machine learning, by making intelligent algorithms more successful at fulfilling their purpose.
5G is the first generation of cellular network technology designed with IoT applications in mind and will make a big difference in the medium to long-term.
The implementation of 5G will facilitate smoother, more robust and multi-tiered networks.