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Latency improvements of 5G and proliferation of the IoT will be disruptive to industries Autonomous fleet control, remote health monitoring, smart traffic control and the use of digital twins for …

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LTE-M NB-IoT

LTE-M and NB-IoT networks are being cited as the next evolution for cellular IoT deployments. These new, low-power, low-cost networks will enable a new wave of IoT use cases while …

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Ericsson IoT interoperability

While IOT is one of the key areas of development for next generation wireless technology, many discussions and conference presentations on IOT focus on technology and use cases.  There are …

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warehouse operations

ADLink demos how machine vision and edge compute drive efficiency and savings for palletization Virtually any company that makes, sells or transports goods spends time and money putting boxes onto …

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IoT security

In my previous articles here, and here, I explained the rationale for increased focus on device security and its challenges. The threats are more acute, especially from unknown foreign vendors …

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micro-mobility

Micro-mobility solutions such as scooters, bike shares, and other vehicles have flooded our cities, but many companies face mounting criticism. Rather than profiting from the “build-break-build” ethos, micro-mobility companies are …

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security IoT device

Nowadays, security and privacy are on everybody’s mind. Hardly a day goes by without the news of security breaches at major institutions. Most of the time, the reporting is focused …

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IoT security

The Internet of Things (IoT) is generating a great deal of excitement across all verticals, especially as operators ramp up plans for 5G networks. IoT increasingly is being used across …

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vmware iot

VMware takes open, interoperable approach to enterprise IoT LAS VEGAS–The proliferation of internet of things devices will create the data enterprises, regardless of vertical focus, need to gain operational efficiencies …

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wireless power

Wireless technologies have been popular with consumers for several decades now (think Wi-Fi, cordless phones, etc.). The proliferation of smart devices has only fed the need for wireless advances, which …

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