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  Haier, China’s largest consumer electronics and home appliance producer, collaborated with Huawei and China mobile to apply innovative manufacturing solutions combining 5G and mobile edge computing in its smart …

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This article is continued from a previous entry, covering key NB-IoT deployments 1-5, which is available here. Both are taken from a new report, entitled NB-IoT – what has gone …

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Note, this article is taken from a new report, entitled NB-IoT – what has gone wrong, and when will it go right? The full report is available here. A webinar …

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5G manufacturing use cases

To further explore the intersection of 5G and manufacturing, register for the 5G Manufacturing Forum. Vendors, chip makers and other tech firms are already enabling 5G manufacturing at several factories …

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5G private networks

To further explore the intersection of 5G and manufacturing, register for the 5G Manufacturing Forum.  5G technology offers manufacturers the chance to build smart factories and truly take advantage of …

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Deutsche Telekom, China Unicom, Orange, China Mobile, and Vodafone have ranked top, apparently in order, in an assessment of 20 mobile network operators for enterprise 5G connectivity. These five are …

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China NB-IoT

  China Telecom claimed to be the world’s largest carrier for NB-IoT, after the operator announced it has reached the 100 million connections milestone. “After five years of extensive development, …

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China NB-IoT

China Mobile will use Nokia’s ‘worldwide IoT network grid’ (WING) to offer enterprise customers IoT connectivity at home and abroad. Nokia’s WING service affords operators a way to offer cellular …

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China NB-IoT

China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile operator in terms of subscribers, plans to deploy 118,000 NB-IoT base stations across the country during 2020, taking the total to 350,000, Chinese news …

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Qualcomm has launched a certification programme for combining augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) devices and Snapdragon-based 5G smartphones. The programme will approve tethered AR and VR devices for …

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