1. Articles in category: Cellular IoT

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    1. Huawei, DT claim 5G in milestone with European test

      Huawei, DT claim 5G in milestone with European test

      HONG KONG–Deutsche Telekom (DT) has announced what it claims to be Europe’s first 5G connection based on the under-development 3GPP standard, which is set for completion in Q3 next year. The German telco said that the 5G connection reached more than 2 Gbps and a latency of three milliseconds over a 3.7 GHz spectrum link on a commercial network in Central Berlin.

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    2. Optical anyhaul: Addressing mobile transport and the path to 5G (Reader Forum)

      Optical anyhaul: Addressing mobile transport and the path to 5G (Reader Forum)

      Mobile transport networks are on the threshold of a major transformation driven by the demands of 5G wireless technology. The demands include greater coverage, connectivity, and availability, along with dramatically improved speeds and latency.

      A key goal for mobile operators is to enhance revenue from traditional markets while developing revolutionary new services and applications that take advantage of the new 5G infrastructure.

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      Mentions: 4G 5G
    3. DT, Huawei hit standards-based 5G milestone in Europe

      DT, Huawei hit standards-based 5G milestone in Europe

      Partners carried out this 5G trial on the telco’s commercial network in Berlin

      HONG KONG–Deutsche Telekom (DT) has announced what it claims to be Europe’s first 5G connection based on the latest 3GPP standard. The German telco said that the 5G connection reached more than 2 Gbps and a latency of three milliseconds over a 3.7 GHz spectrum link on a commercial network in Central Berlin.

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    4. Florida Keys: Returning to normal one call or text at a time

      Florida Keys: Returning to normal one call or text at a time

      The Florida Keys are a special place. My then-girlfriend, now wife Katherine and I moved there in 2008 after we finished college. As a graduation gift, my parents took us to Key West for a week-long vacation; a little less than a month later we moved into our first apartment together—a third-floor walk-up at the corner of Duval and Caroline streets in the heart of Old Town. We were initially drawn by the tropical scenery, crystal waters, endless nightlife and live-and-let-live attitude.

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    5. Test and Measurement: Test news from MWCA focuses on IoT, 5G

      Test and Measurement: Test news from MWCA focuses on IoT, 5G

      The internet of things and “5G” dominated the conversations at Mobile World Congress Americas this week, and test and measurement vendors were eager to spotlight their support for network and device support of those technologies at MWCA.

      Keysight Technologies focused on 5G test software, touting its new 5G radio frequency design verification tool set for emulation and development of mobile devices, including beamforming and beam management validation at MWCA; and its SystemVue capabilities for 5G system simulations, particularly in verifying 28 GHz channels used by Verizon and KT. Meanwhile, in IoT, developments are proceeding rapidly, with new modules being certified ...

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    6. Samsung & Charter Jointly Testing 5G Networks In The Us

      Samsung & Charter Jointly Testing 5G Networks In The Us

      Samsung & Charter Jointly Testing 5G Networks In The US September 13, 2017 - Written By Manny Reyes Samsung has moved to advance its 5G wireless network push with the recent commencement of lab and field tests that use the South Korean tech giant’s pre-commercial 28GHz (mmWave) system and devices at several sites in the United States in collaboration with Charter Communications.

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      Mentions: Samsung MWC 4G
    7. Samsung and Charter trialling 5G across the US

      Samsung and Charter trialling 5G across the US

      Samsung has announced that it will be partnering with Charter Communications on a series of 5G lab and field trials across the United States to evaluate the use of millimetre-wave (mmWave) spectrum at the 28GHz band. Samsung and Charter are also performing 4G trials at 3.5GHz using Samsung's small cell technology in outdoor environments, which Charter senior VP of Wireless Technology Craig Cowden said will "support our overall wireless strategy".

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    8. TIA and SCF Announce Partnership to Accelerate Smart Cities and Enterprise Connectivity - Business Wire (press release)

      TIA and SCF Announce Partnership to Accelerate Smart Cities and Enterprise Connectivity - Business Wire (press release)

      Small Cell Forum works to drive the wide-scale adoption of small cells and accelerate the delivery of integrated HetNets . Our work program is organized around two main streams – Deploying Hyperdense HetNets and Enabling Digitized Enterprise. These tie ...

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    9. T-Mobile to build nationwide NB-IoT network, and LTE Cat-M network, in 2018 - FierceWireless

      T-Mobile to build nationwide NB-IoT network, and LTE Cat-M network, in 2018 - FierceWireless

      The nation's third-largest carrier in July completed what it called “the continent's first live network tests” of LTE -based NB-IoT technology along with Qualcomm and Ericsson across multiple sites on its network in Las Vegas using 200 KHz of its AWS ...

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    10. Intel looks to speed 5G development, commercialization

      Intel looks to speed 5G development, commercialization

      The non-standalone variant of the 5G New Radio standard is set for finalization in December, an accelerated timeline agreed to earlier this year and meant to speed delivery of commercial 5G-related services like home broadband and television following a fixed wireless access deployment model. That will be followed, likely toward the end of 2018, by a standalone variant. And once that hits, it’s on.

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      Mentions: Intel DIRECTV VoIP
    11. Ericsson launches 3 new small cell solutions

      Ericsson launches 3 new small cell solutions

      Ericsson launches 3 new small cell solutions STOCKHOLM, 8 hours, 29 minutes ago Ericsson has launched three new scalable small cell solutions designed to help expand the small cell market and meet the growing demand for better mobile coverage and capacity. The solutions are also designed to prepare networks for 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT) applications: the Multi-Operator Dot and the Multi-Dot Enclosure for indoor deployments; and the Strand-Mount Unit for outdoor micro radios.

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    12. Which 5G path leads to robust growth for mobile operators?

      Which 5G path leads to robust growth for mobile operators?

      Mobile operators have reached a critical juncture. According to CTIA – The Wireless Association, there are 396 million devices connected to mobile networks in the U.S. Nearly everyone has mobile phones (about 80% smartphones), the percentage of wireless-only households has surpassed 50%, and mobile operators are adding more “things” (such as tablets, cars, and machines) to their networks.

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    13. Ericsson blurring the line between small cell and DAS

      Ericsson blurring the line between small cell and DAS

      Network infrastructure vendors are all looking for ways to take the cost out of distributed antenna systems to open up the vast–and underserved–market of enterprises that need in-building cellular connectivity. The approaches are essentially a re-architecture of DAS, using a small cell as the signal source for a DAS or providing multi-operator support in small cells.

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    14. Nokia leading new group focused on 5G network slicing

      Nokia leading new group focused on 5G network slicing

      Network slicing, seen as a key 5G enabler, partitions a single physical layer into multiple virtual networks. With this technology, operators can essentially provide optimal support for any type of application on a network-as-a-service basis. Whether it’s a internet of things smart meter sending small, intermittent transmissions or a mission critical service like remote industrial control requiring high capacity and low latency, a bespoke network slice would be automatically created to fit the exact needs–nothing more, nothing less; this enhances operational efficiencies and speeds time-too-market.

      To help drive the development of network slicing, 5G-PPP (the 5G Infrastructure Public ...

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