1. Articles in category: Cellular IoT

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    1. iGR Announces New IoT Market Studies Focused on the Use of IoT in Vertical Industries

      iGR Announces New IoT Market Studies Focused on the Use of IoT in Vertical Industries

      July 12, 2016 06:00 ET iGR Announces New IoT Market Studies Focused on the Use of IoT in Vertical Industries New IoT Market Studies Announced as IoT Industry Gathers in Las Vegas for IoT Evolution Expo AUSTIN, TX --(Marketwired - July 12, 2016) - The Internet of Things presents a significant opportunity for the entire technology industry, and this week many organizations in the industry are gathering in Las Vegas for the IoT Evolution Expo to discuss these opportunities and challenges.

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    2. Nordic Semiconductor Asa : unveils product roadmap for low power cellular Internet of Things...

      Nordic Semiconductor, a leading provider of ultra-low power wireless connectivity, today announces the development of a low power LTE technology for cellular Internet of Things (IoT). This development leverages Nordic Semiconductor's more than 10 years of leadership in ultra-low power (ULP) wireless and its recruitment of a highly-talented and experienced group of cellular R&D engineers in Finland (formerly employed by the Finnish arms of Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola, and Broadcom).

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    3. China Mobile : 5G the engine to power driverless cars

      Carmakers, telecom firms explore uses of next-generation communication system, forecast to soon become a reality Visualize this seemingly futuristic scenario: You set out in your car for a long-distance trip, only, you don't sit behind the wheel to drive. Instead, you sit there to square up against a computer in a game of chess on the display screen on the dashboard. While you ponder and plot your moves, your electric self-driving car, too, makes its moves on the road.

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    4. In Depth: How our 5G network future is really shaping up

      In Depth: How our 5G network future is really shaping up

      Our Gs are leveling up, folks. You may be reading this on a device connected to 3G, but whether you have 4G in your area or not, our 5G network future is well and truly underway.

      Just recently the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) laid out its plans for 5G and its deployment, with the agency's first step being to designate certain radio wavelengths to the new standard. What happens after that?

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    5. 6 Emerging Cloud Services Every Business Needs To Know About

      6 Emerging Cloud Services Every Business Needs To Know About

      Keeping track of developments in the cloud can be a challenge and a half. Services seem to appear on the horizon without much fanfare, then glide overhead. Some seem to morph over time, becoming more of an enterprise tool or sashaying into the consumer market. It's also hard to know which ones actually add business value to your organisation, or are just a new offering.

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    6. Like smartphones, IoT communications going long distance | Cio

      Like smartphones, IoT communications going long distance | Cio

      Like smartphones, IoT communications going long distance More like this SK Telecom launched a nationwide IoT network across South Korea on July 4, 2016. Credit: SK Telecom SK Telecom's now offering smartphone-like IoT data plans on its new nationwide wireless network in South Korea Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent.

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    7. Huawei Launches End-to-End NB-IoT Solution at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2016

      Huawei Launches End-to-End NB-IoT Solution at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2016

      Solution to be Commercialized on a Large Scale by End-2016

      New Delhi, India, July 01, 2016, At today's Internet of Things (IoT) Summit during Mobile World Congress Shanghai (MWC Shanghai) 2016, Huawei launched its end-to-end Narrow-band IoT (NB-IoT) Solution to help global operators expand their IoT services into new markets.

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    8. #MobileFocus: IoT to dominate connected devices by 2018

      #MobileFocus: IoT to dominate connected devices by 2018

      Ericsson released its latest Mobility Report this month, June 2016, and predicts that the Internet of Things (IoT) will outstrip mobile phones as the "largest category of connected devices" by 2018. Image by 123RF The evolution of the ‘Networked Society’ is the latest focus of the Ericsson Mobility Report (June 2016), as is detailed in the report in the key highlights: The Internet of Things is expected to increase between 2015 and 2021 by a CAGR (compounded annual growth rate) of 23%.

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    9. Internet of Things Becomes Top Priority for Hitachi Research

      Internet of Things Becomes Top Priority for Hitachi Research

      Hitachi has decided to allocate major portion of its research and development budget to developments related to Internet of Things. In addition to this they also plan to open few more R&D centers outside Japan at a faster pace, as announced at Hitachi's Tokyo headquarter. The company's business model is to project it as a collaborator for innovation in the field of Internet of Things while offering various products and services. Keeping this in v...

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    10. New iGR Study Provides a Five-Year Forecast of IoT Mobile Connections for the U.S. Healthcare Industry

      New iGR Study Provides a Five-Year Forecast of IoT Mobile Connections for the U.S. Healthcare Industry

      SOURCE: iGR June 29, 2016 06:00 ET New iGR Study Provides a Five-Year Forecast of IoT Mobile Connections for the U.S. Healthcare Industry Study Also Discusses the Internet of Things, the Networks Used to Support It, and Specific Solutions for the Healthcare Industry AUSTIN, TX --(Marketwired - June 29, 2016) - Wireless and mobile technology has been used in the healthcare market for years and has allowed care providers to remotely communicate with patients through "evisits" or "telehealth" services, using VoIP technology and patients' mobile devices. Although these services have provided valuable benefits, the Internet of Things (IoT) provides distinct ...

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    11. Altair CAT-1 Chipset Powers AT&T-Certified Wistron NeWeb (WNC) Module, Offering Upgradability to CAT-M1

      Altair Semiconductor Altair-based IoT Module from WNC Provides Future-Focused Capabilities for IoT HOD HASHARON, Israel , June 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Altair Semiconductor chipsets will power a new set of LTE modules that will help businesses lower costs and improve device performance for a broad range of Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

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    12. Altair CAT-1 Chipset Powers AT&T-Certified Wistron NeWeb (W

      Altair CAT-1 Chipset Powers AT&T-Certified Wistron NeWeb (W

      HOD HASHARON, Israel , June 29, Altair Semiconductor chipsets will power a new set of LTE modules that will help businesses lower costs and improve device performance for a broad range of Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Altair, a leading provider of LTE chipsets, announced that its FourGee-1160 chipset powers the M14A2A IoT module manufactured by Wistron NeWeb Corp. (WNC) that is certified to run on AT&T's 4G LTE network.

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    13. There's a 'perfect storm' at the heart of big data

      There's a 'perfect storm' at the heart of big data

      The personalisation revolution is in full swing. Mass advertising is dead… almost. There may still be plenty of commercials aimed at anyone who happens to be watching TV, but increasingly we all have our own digital channels.

      From the 'personalised experience' you get on retail websites to the 'suggested posts' on Facebook and the adverts for something you once searched for in Google tracking you around the internet, the web is getting savvy to what individuals want.

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    14. ABI Research Finds New 3GPP IoT Standards Will Account for More Than 50% of Cellular IoT Radio Node Unit Shipments by 2021

      ABI Research Finds New 3GPP IoT Standards Will Account for More Than 50% of Cellular IoT Radio Node Unit Shipments by 2021

      Logo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20151014/276887LOGO "While some in the industry view the new 3GPP standards as competitors to the current non-3GPP LPWA technologies and predict their demise, we believe that NB-IoT will complement LPWA," says Nick Marshall, Research Director at ABI Research. "But it is true that out of the 15 LPWA technologies we profiled, some were designed for use cases that are unsuitable for NB-IoT, such as where downlink data is not required."

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    15. Smartphone subscriptions near 50m

      Smartphone subscriptions near 50m

      NEWSPAPER SECTION: BUSINESS The latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report forecasts that Thailand's smartphone subscriptions will surpass those for basic phones this year. - + Thailand's smartphone subscriptions will surpass fixed-line telephone subscriptions in 2016, says an Ericsson report. Thailand was one of the top 10 countries globally for net mobile subscription additions in the first quarter of 2016.

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    16. What Does the IoT Boom Mean for the Telecom Industry?

      What Does the IoT Boom Mean for the Telecom Industry?

      What Does the IoT Boom Mean for the Telecom Industry? June 27, 2016, 02:53:00 PM EDT By Zacks Equity Research, Zacks.com Comment Shutterstock photo The Internet of Things (IoT), which enables any physical electronic device with a valid IP-address to transfer data seamlessly over a wireless network, is quickly gaining significant market traction and bringing about fundamental changes in business models.

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    17. 5G, Cellular IoT Step Ahead

      5G, Cellular IoT Step Ahead

      5G, Cellular IoT Step Ahead Qualcomm demos prototype 5G system Tweet SAN JOSE, Calif. – Qualcomm is showing a prototype 5G base station and terminal in China Mobile’s booth at the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai this week. The FPGA- and DSP-based system is one of many early efforts to test ideas expected to emerge in 3GPP standards that won’t start to gel until 2018.The news comes on the heels of the 3GPP finalizing standards for an ultra-low power version of LTE for the Internet of Things.

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