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smart factory

    Korean telecommunications operator LG Uplus said it aims to increase sales from its smart factory solutions business by sevenfold within the next five years, Korean news agency Yonhap …

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5G

  Finnish vendor Nokia announced plans to conduct a 5G Business-to-Business (B2B) digital platform trial for Korean operator LG Uplus. Once deployed, the B2B platform will allow LG Uplus to …

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smart manufacturing

  South Korea’s telecommunications operators have launched new smart factory solutions with the aim of helping manufacturers overcome the economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Korean news service Yonhap …

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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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smart drones

  Japanese carrier KDDI and Korean telco LG Uplus announced plans to launch Coretronic Intelligent Robotics Corporation (CIRC)’s G6.0, a drone compatible with smart drone platforms, in Japan and South …

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smart port

Korean operator LG Uplus announced plans to construct a smart port system powered by 5G technology that will enable unmanned cranes to be operated remotely to maximize efficiency in transporting …

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security IoT device

Mobile operators from every region have backed the GSMA’s new IoT security guidelines. AT&T is the only US operator so far to have committed to the GSMA measures; it is …

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nb-iot waste management

The NB-IoT network currently covers Seoul, major metropolitan areas as well as small towns South Korea’s KT Corp and LG Uplus have jointly established what they claim to be the …

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Samsung NB-IoT

KT looks to reach 85 cities with NB-IoT services by March 2017. South Korean telecommunications operator KT expanded its partnership agreements with Samsung Electronics, Ericsson-LG and Nokia, with a focus …

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IoT security attacks

IoT devices are increasingly used for DDoS attacks and a majority of these IoT security attacks originate in China and the U.S. Internet of Things (IoT) devices are increasingly being …

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