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Straight 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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“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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5G specifications

Verizon and SK Telecom announced they will collaborate on co-developing 5G specifications, thereby strengthening their existing 5G collaboration. South Korean operator SK Telecom and U.S. operator Verizon have signed a Memorandum …

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smart cities

Open systems will be key to unlocking value from different verticals and applications in future smart cities. Provided we can agree on what openness is. Standards are a great way of ensuring …

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verizon 5g

Although 5G isn’t set for standardization by 3GPP and the ITU until 2020, carriers and vendors are aggressively working on pre-standardized technology with many bullish on the outlook for commercialization. …

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IIoT standards

Forget IIoT standards, at least for now. Focus instead on interoperability and business models. An exclusive interview with Dr. Richard Soley, chairman and CEO of OMG and executive director of …

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smart cities

Smart cities could waste $341 billion by 2025 by implementing non-standardized IoT solutions. The lack of open Internet of Things (IoT) standards has often been blamed for slowing down widespread adoption of …

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OpenDaylight

A number of companies including Bosch Rexroth, Cisco, Intel, KUKA, National Instruments, Schneider Electric and TTTech have announced last month, plans to develop what it claims to be the world’s …

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small cells

10 key indicators to watch Ubiquitous connectivity is set to bring about another industrial revolution. Connected sensors and controls will enable us to monitor and adjust almost every activity in real-time, …

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Similar to 3G and 4G cases, ITU-R (International Telecommunication Union – Radio communication Study Groups) will request standard organizations to standardize a new interface based on their recommendations for performance …

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