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Qualcomm smart cities

Qualcomm is working with over 30 Chinese automotive companies, including the China-based joint ventures with European and US car makers, to showcase the commercial viability of cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technology …

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C-V2X

Outdoor surveillance cameras will be the largest market for 5G internet-of-things (IoT) solutions over the next three years, according to analyst house Gartner. They will represent 70 per cent of …

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NVIDIA has announced a combination of edge computing and 5G networking innovations around its graphics processing unit (GPU) technologies, to drive scale of artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), …

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smart traffic

Cities are set to be able to run smart city applications in CBRS spectrum contained on street-lighting poles, after streetlight networking provider Ubicquia announced it is adding CBRS functionality to …

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The cellular IoT ecosystem, the cellular community would have us believe, is growing fast. The GSMA counted 89 NB-IoT networks and 34 LTE-M launches as of October 2019, with several …

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Private networks and cellular IoT will be keys for operators to unlock $700 billion of new revenues from industrial 5G services community in the next decade, as industrial sectors look …

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The steady liberalisation of radio spectrum for private and shared usage in various markets, along with the growing realisation among traditional network operators that their licensed spectrum mat be better …

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Vodafone, Huawei, China Mobile, ZPMC partner on smart port development ZURICH–Port facilities serve as a crucial link in the global supply chain and, as an extension of that, global commerce. …

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Tech Mahindra and Cisco have come up with a new digital factory blueprint that puts 5G at the heart industrial operations. Tech Mahindra said the solution sets a model for …

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samsung MTS 5G IoT MIMO

  ZTE and China Telecom assisted Australian firm Bluetron in commissioning what they claim is China’s first 5G Standalone site, which put 5G slicing, edge computing and smart manufacturing into …

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