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Which enterprise sectors and applications will benefit the most from private wireless?

When an enterprise is considering implementing private wireless over a Wi-Fi network, there are number of key considerations at play. However, for Mark Bole, the CEO of Quortus, a private network software provider, asking which technology to implement isn’t the right place to start....

An overview of key players in the private network ecosystem

There has been a paradigm shift when it comes to who is involved in delivering enterprise network connectivity Private cellular networks are seen by many as a major opportunity to set up bespoke networks in support of industrial internet of things projects and in...

For enterprise 5G, be a ‘partner, not just a provider’, EY says

Enterprises want end-to-end 5G-IoT solutions and vendors who are partners, EY survey finds Enterprises are looking for a "coherent 5G-IoT vision" from their suppliers and want them to be partners who can help deliver business outcomes, rather than just technology providers, according to a new...

Mobile tech investment and innovation: Five predictions for 2020 and beyond (Reader Forum)

We have seen monumental changes over the last 10 years in technology, speed of innovation and online social interaction – much of which has been driven by mobile technology. From the massive adoption of the smartphone to the explosive popularity of IoT-enabled everything, the...

WBA survey: 90% already planning to deploy Wi-Fi 6

The percentage of respondents already planning to deploy Wi-Fi 6 surprised even the WBA's CEO In the weeks following Wi-Fi Alliance's release of the Wi-Fi Certified 6 certification program, a cross-industry survey conducted by the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) showed that a staggering 90% of...

Samsung Networks explores new 5G enterprise use cases

Samsung Networks opened its 5G Innovation Zone this year Samsung Networks may not be the most well-known business within the South Korean conglomerate’s entire organization, but it has been going strong for about 40 years, beginning in the Korean market before expanding. RCR Wireless News...

IoT, 802.11ax and startups to power WLAN in next 5 years

IoT boosts WLAN market for enterprise-class outdoor products. The wireless local area network (WLAN) is far from dead. On the contrary, the internet of things (IoT), emerging markets and startups will grow the enterprise-class and outdoor WLAN product market to over 35% greater than 2017...

MulteFire for industrial IoT and enterprise in-building use cases

Private LTE is a major MulteFire opportunity With the coming release of its 1.1 specification, the MulteFire Alliance has focused on the internet of things (IoT) as the market entry point for the emerging technology, which deploys LTE solely in unlicensed 5 GHz spectrum. Nokia...

Top enterprise IoT news from MWC

The internet of things was one of the hottest topics at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, with news of expanding networks and more momentum for various types of IoT connectivity and use cases. Here are some of the major themes of enterprise IoT...

Seven elements of enterprise IoT device design

Design has been called “a formal response to a strategic question.” In an IoT context, the device is the embodiment of what strategic questions a business is considering as it pursues its use case, from cost strategy to security, to plans for what-if scenarios...

Enterprise IoT security considerations

Security concerns are regularly cited as the number one IoT deployment concern or barrier to adoption. “Security” covers a wide swath of considerations, both in terms of prevention and reaction. One of the first things that every expert acknowledges is that vulnerabilities and penetration will...

Key takeaways from Vodafone’s IoT Barometer report

Vodafone's fifth annual IoT Barometer survey shows an acceleration of large internet of things deployments and more IoT investment -- and return on that investment. "Nearly all of the companies that have adopted IoT have already seen a return on their investment," said Erik...

Nokia: 5G enables a programmable world – Chairman Risto Siilasmaa

5G key to Nokia's vertical, enterprise IoT market strategy RCR Wireless News recently had the opportunity to visit with Nokia Chairman, Risto Siilasmaa.  This post is the second in a series of articles from the interview held at Nokia headquarters in Helsinki, Finland. Previous posts...

Enterprise IoT Webinar: The building blocks of smart cities: IoT policies and technologies for urban sustainability

The world’s fortunes are made in its cities. To a greater extent, its defining challenges – climate change, poverty, inequality – must also be solved in them. And solutions must be found against the tide. More than half the global population now lives in...

MulteFire Alliance hones focus on industrial IoT with new members

Samsung, InterDigital, American Tower, H3C join MulteFire Alliance The MulteFire Alliance, which released its 1.0 specification earlier this year, is focusing efforts on its 1.1 specification to speak directly to how the LTE technology, which is deployed in unlicensed or shared spectrum, can be leveraged...

Comcast to launch enterprise IoT service in 12 U.S. markets

Comcast's enterprise IoT service was initially launched in October 2016 in Philadelphia and the San Francisco Bay Area Comcast announced plans to expand its enterprise internet of things (IoT) service, dubbed machineQ, to 12 major U.S. markets. MachineQ is an enterprise IoT network service and...

The Internet of Things and big data on the move

Dynamic mobile asset enterprises like the fleet industry have long required streams of input from vehicles, equipment, components and people to realize efficiency from chaos – which is the very reason you need big data and IoT. Omnitracs has always been about the use of...

Why fixed wireless services will lead domestic 5G deployments?

At the recent Enterprise IoT Summit, a panel of experts discuss what’s behind the initial use of fixed wireless deployments to test 5G technology. On this week’s “Carrier Wrap” we take a look at the “Fixed wireless access: The first phase...

AT&T SVP of IoT highlights the importance of security at Mobile World Congress

Chris Penrose: For IoT, 'security is paramount.' In an interview with RCR Wireless News during Mobile World Congress 2017, AT&T SVP of IoT Chris Penrose highlighted the fundamental importance of securing the fast-growing internet of things. "Security is paramount. It's the No. 1...

Enterprise IoT Summit highlights smart buildings, hospitals and factories

Join us in Austin to learn how enterprise IoT solutions are enabling digital transformation The adoption of enterprise IoT solutions is proving a boon for efficiency and operational savings in a variety of verticals undertaking the complex process of digital transformation. At a high-level, to...

Nokia, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise target enterprise with joint IoT solutions

The two firms said the joint IoT solutions will be commercially available in 2017. Nokia and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise announced a strategic collaboration on "internet of things" solutions targeting the enterprise segment. Under terms of the alliance, both firms will jointly market and...

Audi’s largest production center deploys IoT-enabled smart parking

Audi’s Ingolstadt, Germany, factory is its largest and the second largest in Europe, producing 566,646 cars in 2015. It is where the auto manufacturer produces its A3, A4, A5, Q2 and Q5 models and is considered by the company as its "most important location." The...

Smart street lighting enabled by LoRaWAN network in Budapest test site

A LoRaWAN test town for Hungary Szada is a small town on the outskirts of Budapest, Hungary, with a population of around 5,000. Its economy has relied on agriculture for centuries, with a recent trend towards vine growing. Thanks to its proximity to Budapest, Szada...

Vodafone connectivity enables IoT health care, public safety

CSL, an "internet of things" and machine-to-machine solutions company with a footprint in the fire and security industry, selected Vodafone to bolster the connectivity of its more than 2,800 alarm installers. CSL became a Vodafone partner in 1996, as it looked "scale resilience of the...

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