1. Articles in category: Cellular IoT

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    1. An easy way for the FCC to boost wireless competition

      An easy way for the FCC to boost wireless competition

      Everyone wants faster wireless speeds and broader connectivity. How many of us have shaken our fists in collective frustration when the speed of our devices hasn't kept up with speed of our lives? Of course, wireless and broadband connectivity is about much more than checking email on the street corner or accessing Facebook at the beach. It's becoming a necessity for day-to-day life in America.

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    2. Qualcomm SVP: New spectrum ‘crucial’ to 5G success

      Qualcomm SVP: New spectrum ‘crucial’ to 5G success

      Qualcomm executives have repeatedly associated full realization of 5G–something pinned to the 2035 timeframe–as a $12 trillion global opportunity. But that comes with some qualifiers, perhaps chief among them the availability of new spectrum.

      Last week Dean Brenner, Qualcomm senior vice president of spectrum strategy and technology policy, visited lawmakers of Capitol Hill to help educated elected leaders on the importance of making available new spectrum to foster innovation and commercialization. Specifically, Brenner and colleague Alice Tornquist, Qualcomm vice president of government affairs, spoke to the bipartisan Congressional Spectrum Caucus, regarding H.R. 1888, the Federal Spectrum Incentive ...

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    3. Comcast to launch enterprise IoT service in 12 U.S. markets

      Comcast to launch enterprise IoT service in 12 U.S. markets

      Comcast announced plans to expand its enterprise internet of things (IoT) service, dubbed machineQ, to 12 major U.S. markets. MachineQ is an enterprise IoT network service and platform that uses low power wide area network (LPWAN) technology based on the LoRaWAN protocol to build and deploy solutions for businesses and municipal organizations.

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      Mentions: Comcast Semtech
    4. Top five virtualization trends of 2017

      Top five virtualization trends of 2017

      July marks the second half of the year, making it an ideal time to reflect upon what the journey through 2017 has been like and where it is going. With respect to the virtualization, developers have played an increasingly important role in how companies deal with network agility, flexibility and security. While the direction data centers will head over the next six months remains open, a handful of virtualization trends are shaping the path forward.

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      Mentions: Apple
    5. San Marino will be Europe's first 5G nation

      San Marino will be Europe's first 5G nation

      Mountainious micro-state looks to trump the likes of Japan and South Korea with nationwide 5G network testing. Shares One of Europe's smallest countries has revealed plans to be the first in the world to feature nation-wide 5G network coverage. The republic of San Marino, sandwiched between France and Italy, has announced plans to launch superfast next-generation networks in the near future, allowing its 30,000 residents to enjoy quicker and more reliable internet speeds than ever before.

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    6. Danaos : ip.access and Quortus enable Pentonet’s revolutionary subscription service; SailorTalk allows open sea cellular connectivity and allows modern internet of things (IoT) data transfer for all parties, using existing external communications | 4-Tr

      Helsinki & Cambridge -- Helsinki -based Pentonet has started deploying first pilots of their $89 per month subscription service - SailorTalk - to Greek shipping company Danaos . SailorTalk allows open sea cellular connectivity and allows modern internet of things (IoT) data transfer for all parties, using existing external communications. "The S16 small cell solution from ip.access has been perfect for us both technically and financially." says Darryn Trowell , CTO of Pentonet.

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      Mentions: ip.access 3G 4G
    7. Danaos : ip.access and Quortus enable Pentonet's revolutionary subscription service

      ip.access and Quortus enable Pentonet's revolutionary subscription serviceSailorTalk allows open sea cellular connectivity and allows modern internet of things (IoT) data transfer for all parties, using existing external communications. Helsinki & Cambridge, 14th July 2017 - Helsinki -based Pentonet has started deploying first pilots of their $89 per month subscription service - SailorTalk - to Greek shipping company Danaos .

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      Mentions: ip.access 3G 4G
    8. Why wait for 5G to benefit from network slicing?

      Why wait for 5G to benefit from network slicing?

      5G systems are expected to be built in a way to enable logical network slices, which will allow telecom operators to provide networks on an as-a-service basis and meet the wide range of use cases that the 2020 timeframe is expected to demand. In a single 5G system, network slicing technology can provide connectivity for smart meters with a network slice that connects “internet of things” devices with a high availability and high reliability data-only service, with a given latency, data rate and security level. At the same time, the technology can provide another network slice with very high throughput ...

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    9. Ericsson set to manage IoT networks

      Ericsson set to manage IoT networks

      When it comes to connecting millions of low-cost remote devices to the internet, many mobile network operators find themselves in uncharted territory. Ericsson is hoping to offer some guidance by extending its managed network services business to the internet of things. The company describes its offering as network services for massive IoT over LTE RAN.

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    10. GlobalData : 5G networks will take off in Asia and the US, while European operators seek to make the most of 4G

      5G networks will become mainstream by 2020, but Europe will lag behind Asia and the US, as operators seek to make the most of 4G, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData. The company's report forecasts that while over half of all mobile subscriptions will be 5G-capable in South Korea by 2022, compared only around 7% in Europe.

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      Mentions: Peter Jarich 3G 4G
    11. China Mobile, Valid & Cubic Telecom - now delivering LTE connectivity in China - DataCenterNews Asia

      China Mobile, Valid & Cubic Telecom - now delivering LTE connectivity in China - DataCenterNews Asia

      Three global technology giants have teamed up on a new project for Internet of Things (IoT) customers around the world. Cubic Telecom, China Mobile and Valid will deliver LTE Connectivity Enablement to global customers, with the aim of making LTE ...

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    12. Verizon prepares to add voice to IoT network

      Verizon prepares to add voice to IoT network

      Verizon Wireless said it has shown that voice-over-LTE works on its LTE Cat M1 network, meaning that internet of things applications have new opportunities to use voice commands to activate devices. LTE Cat M1 is a low-power variant of LTE that supports Verizon’s recently launched IoT network.

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