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5G Is Poised to Revolutionize Industries Beyond Telecommunications

The impact of 5G will be far-reaching: eMBB will transform media, MIoT will connect smart cities, and uRLLC will make autonomous vehicles viable.
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Preparing for a 5G Future: How Telcos Will Monetize New Technology

5G is poised to transform everything from entertainment to telemedicine. The new technology also presents carriers with unique monetization opportunities.
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What Is Cellular IoT?

You might be unable to answer the question, "what is cellular IoT?" But I'm sure you're familiar with the underlying technology. Cellular networks connect your iPhone to Google Maps,...

The Power of Cellular Technologies in IoT

Cellular networks provide the backbone for much of what we know and love, allowing us to access the internet, send snaps, and connect with friends. In addition to the personal benefits...

Strength in Numbers: Work Together to Save the Current CBRS Rules!

The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) recently released Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to overhaul the current auction and licensing rules for the Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), has, understandably, caused quite a bit...

Private LTE Networks for Industrial IoT – How Spectrum Sharing Will Expand the LTE...

The concept of private LTE networks is not new, but with the recent confluence of new spectrum sharing innovations and the genesis of “Industry 4.0” — the digital transformation of industrial...

eCall and VoLTE: Keeping Smart Cars Safe

Of the 40.3 billion Euro spent on connected car technology today, 15.5 billion Euro has to do with increasing safety. It is estimated that in 2020, connected car technology spending will...

Turns Out 5G Has Trouble Penetrating Windows – Whoops

There's a lot of hype around 5G, and understandably so. The upcoming evolution of 4G LTE promises extremely fast wireless communication with up to 4 gigabits-per-second, which translates to a whopping...


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