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NB-IoT Ericsson

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailNB-IoT will complement existing LTE Cat 1 and Cat M1 network support The internet of things (IoT) consists of a huge variety of use cases that come with a widely …

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digital

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe internet of things may someday deliver a world of robots and intelligent machines that control all manner of devices, but for now, most connected devices are ultimately controlled by …

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LTE for IoT

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailLTE for IoT was the subject of a panel discussion that was part of 151 Advisors’ App-solutely IoT conference at Mobile World Congress Americas. The conference focuses on end user …

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carrier

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe internet of things is the next frontier for mobile network operators, as smartphone growth slows down and new mobile chips enable low-cost connections for all manner of assets and …

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Huawei

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailHuawei is one of the driving forces behind narrowband IoT, but the company may also capture a piece of the market for LTE Category M1 solutions. Its newest internet of …

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IoT

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailPlatforms like Twilio and Kandy could fuel enterprise IoT The internet of things represents a huge opportunity for wireless carriers, but getting enterprise customers to choose cellular connectivity requires more …

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t-mobile spectrum nb-iot

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailPlans call for NB-IoT to connect lighting systems, environmental sensors and flood monitoring In the crowded landscape of connectivity protocols for the internet of things, T-Mobile U.S. is betting on …

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CBRS

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailNew proposal could limit enterprise choices for LTE networks Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) is seen as a key enabler of private LTE networks to support the internet of things. …

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Sequans

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailMobile network operators have been supporting machine-to-machine traffic for years, and as the internet of things grows, the cellular industry wants to play a central role. Verizon Wireless and AT&T …

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SpiderCloud

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailEnterprises will soon be able to deploy small cells that can be configured for any of the major U.S. LTE bands, and/or for the internet of things. SpiderCloud Wireless is …

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