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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailYou could, perhaps, be forgiven for characterizing the situation with IoT protocols as semi-chaotic, with competing systems jostling for market share. In a way, it’s reminiscent of the Fieldbus wars, …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe millions of connected devices that make up machine-to-machine systems and are part of the “internet of things” need to be switched on, configured, provisioned for services, maintained, updated with …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailOPC, standards for the IIoT Making data actionable by moving it away from machines and onto software is a fundamental challenge for the industrial “internet of things.” Looking to tackle …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailGSM-R, an aging railway standard In 2000, the railway companies of Europe sat down to finish up the creation of a cost-efficient and interoperable standard for communication between trains. The …

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industrial IoT automation standard

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailAn industrial IoT automation standard may be within reach as three global automation standard leaders have started working together to advance the industrial IoT. Realizing the full potential of the …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemail3GPP IoT standards variants add to LPWAN confusion The 3GPP standardization group has introduced a number of LTE standards aimed at providing a network for IoT: Narrowband (NB) IoT, LTE Cat 1 …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailDespite likely fragmentation on the road to 5G, the number of 5G connections is expected to reach 690 million by 2025, says Strategy Analytics. The number of 5G connections will reach …

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5G alliance

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailDeutsche Telekom and SK Telecom are expanding their 5G alliance to include more operators and vendors around the globe. Deutsche Telekom (DT) and SK Telecom announced they are expanding their …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailStraight to mmWave? Not so fast It is becoming increasingly accepted that mmWave (extremely high frequency), the frequencies in the spectrum between 30 Ghz and 300 Ghz, will define 5G …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemail“Extremely high frequency” means extremely fast 5G speeds Millimeter wave (mmWave), also known as extremely high frequency (EHF), is the band of spectrum between 30 gigahertz (GHz) and 300 GHz. Wedged between …

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