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There are three application spaces designated for 5G– eMBB to replace 4G, URLCC for data transfer, and mMTC for device networks.
One of the biggest barriers to IoT solutions in enterprise settings is reliable and low-cost wireless connectivity. Where Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LoRa, Zigbee and others have tried to solve the problem before, CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) is posed to offer a viable alternative for enterprise IoT connectivity.
U.S. Cellular has launched its LTE-M network on more than 90% of its cell sites nationwide, with plans to have them 100% covered in the second quarter of 2020.
Micha Boneliel, CEO and Co-Founder Nodle.io, discusses what Nodle does, how their crowdsourced connectivity network was created, and the challenges/risks associated with deploying this type of network.
So you want to use LPWAN for your IoT connectivity, but now what? There are several LPWAN technologies. Here I'll provide a general overview of each.
With the Internet of Things (IoT) expected to reach 75 billion devices by 2025, we’re going to need wireless networks to support them. But if you hope to deploy your own...
Teal Communications, Inc. has launched its globally programable eSIM and IoT connectivity platform. The launch brings the most reliable and secure connectivity solution to market with over 2,000 cellular network choices and encrypted end-to-end communication. The platform leverages a patent-pending network design and global telecommunications marketplace, as well as a proprietary customer Bill and Support System (BSS).
IoT lives in a complex ecosystem. IoT devices often cast some confusion. When building out a new IoT device, know these three fundamentals.
This article explains LTE CAT-M1 in relation to its competing technologies and examines some of the pros and cons of each. It argues that even with 5G looming, CAT-M1 will remain a sweet spot for IoT connectivity.
On this IoT For All podcast episode, John Candish, Head of IoT Products at SAP Digital Interconnect explains what connectivity is and why it's fundamental to enabling enterprises to become intelligent. John also discusses the relationship between AI, IoT and connectivity.
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