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Last week, Amsterdam-based Nowi, a specialist in energy harvesting tech for integrated circuit (IC) microchips, announced work with narrowband IoT connectivity provider Sigfox to produce IoT modules that extract power …

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5G smart city

Indian operator Vodafone Idea Limited is partnering with engineering and construction conglomerate Larsen & Toubro for a pilot project to test 5G-based smart city solutions, as part of its ongoing …

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5G MEC

“Productivity isn’t everything, but, in the long run, it’s almost everything.” This oft-quoted aphorism from economist and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman has new life in the shadow of Covid-19. Despite …

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wireless

Next-generation 5G technology will only appear in the internet-of-things (IoT) market in late 2020, and struggle to find its mark in the space for years afterwards, according to a new …

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Note, this article is continued from a previous post, entitled “Orange on LPWA: ‘If there’s no improvement in the radio, we’ll keep the same system’.” Click here to go to …

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“The potential for 5G is awesome,” Verizon chief tech officer Kyle Malady wrote in an open letter this week, in protest at the early marketing of rather middle-of-the-road ‘5G’ services …

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Ericsson IoT

Swedish vendor Ericsson is looking at ways to employ artificial intelligence to enable advanced “fingerprinting” of mobile radio networks to enhance the positioning resolution of LTE-M and NB-IoT devices. The …

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nokia 5G

Throughout the ‘ask-the-experts’ session at URLLC 2018 in London earlier this month, serialised here across a number of posts, the conversation circled back time and again to 5G use cases. …

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Network slicing, allowing for multiple network layers on top of a single shared infrastructure, is arguably the most significant capability of incoming 5G technologies. It brings brand new business opportunities …

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The telecoms industry is at odds with the enterprise sector it is seeking to serve with ultra-reliable, low-latency (URLLC) 5G communications. Industrialists want both the control of private networks and …

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