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Qualcomm has announced its first “purpose-built” 5G modem for industrial IoT applications, scheduled for release next month (June 2021). The new modem-to-antenna solution is pitched at the manufacturing, energy, agriculture, …

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IoT module maker Sierra Wireless has announced a new family of embedded 5G modules, compliant with the latest Release 16 (R16) version of the 5G standard, for routers, gateways, and …

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5G private networks

Industrial-grade enhancements coming to 5G with 3GPP Releases 16 and 17 Initial 5G network deployments, beginning in 2018 and continuing today, have largely been focused on providing consumers with an …

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UK-based vehicle battery manufacturer Hyperbat has claimed a “world-first” industrial virtual reality (VR) solution for manufacturing using a private 5G network. It is working with BT and Ericsson on the …

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Qualcomm has released a new ‘services suite’ that pulls together full-stack tech IoT componentry into a modular plug-and-play IoT solution for cities and city-based ‘verticals’. The chip-maker declared it has …

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The world urgently needs new digital tech, but the new digital tech urgently needs attention. So said the World Economic Forum this week, as it corralled together various private enterprises, …

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Over three quarters of projected economic growth from 5G in the UK will be driven by just three sectors: manufacturing, construction, and agriculture. These industries, considered to be linchpin ‘verticals’ …

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private 5G network

IT firm Fujitsu has revealed a portfolio of private 5G products and services to serve the Industry 4.0 movement. It has also set a revenue target of ¥100 billion (about …

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Qualcomm C-V2X

  Qualcomm Technologies and the San Diego Regional Proving Grounds (SDRPG) announced the launch of a new C-V2X direct communication program for California. SDRPG and Qualcomm Technologies designed the program …

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Qualcomm smart cities

Qualcomm is working with Maryland-based systems integrator Infinite Computer Solutions to offer a ‘plug-and-play’ smart cities package on a subscription. The pair claim to have compiled an “end-to-end” IoT solution …

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