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Wi-Fi Alliance certifies HaLow for IoT applications

Operating in the sub-1 GHz band, Wi-Fi HaLow sports long range and low power, making it suitable for IoT environments The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced Wi-Fi Certified HaLow, designed for the certification of products incorporating IEEE 802.11ah technology, expanding Wi-Fi applications for the Internet of...

Telit White Paper: Solving Enterprise Customer IoT Connectivity Challenges

38.1% of businesses say the main challenge they face with connectivity is that the cost prohibits deployment scaling.Industry 4.0 has brought about the next generation of edge computing and connectivity. Wireless connectivity and device management are vital to the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem....

How 5G and industrial data platforms will transform heavy industry (Reader Forum)

Much of the hype around 5G stems from the consumer market. We talk about unprecedented speeds and nearly unlimited capacity, making us pine for the day when Netflix no longer buffers when on the train. But that’s just one side of the 5G future....

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...

New industrial IoT capabilities in 5G pave the way for Industry 4.0

5G smart factories get additional support as a host of new IIoT capabilities emerge As part of Qualcomm’s efforts to further support industry IoT applications, the company provided live over-the-air demonstrations of upcoming 5G industrial IoT capabilities such as Time Sensitive Networking (TSN), enhanced...

WBA Wi-Fi 6 trial in ‘hostile Wi-Fi environment’ deemed a success

Previously, Wi-Fi failed to work in Mettis’ challenging factory environment The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) announced the successful completion of its phase one trial of Wi-Fi 6 infrastructure and services with Mettis Aerospace, a U.K. designer and manufacturer of precision-forged, machined and sub-assembled components. The...

AVSystem and Traxens partner to provide efficient management of smart containers

  Logistics and transport are definitely the industries that will significantly benefit from the solutions brought by Internet of Things. We can also safely state that every industry uses transport services or logistics processes to a greater or lesser extent. This is what causes these...

Don’t wait for 5G to close the gap between digital and physical industries

Nokia Bell Labs VP sees physical industries as a "great untapped opportunity" The telecom industry, and the massive capex that has gone into building out wired and wireless networks, is in large part responsible for enabling a massive boom in digital industries, webscale companies like...

For 5G to properly address vertical use cases, ‘co-creation’ is key

Operators will take 5G to verticals they’re already familiar with, analyst says LONDON--Right now, the focus on 5G monetization is all about delivering enhanced mobile broadband experiences to consumers. For meaningful entry into the enterprise and industrial segments, there’s still standardization and technological advancements needed,...

Nokia CEO on 5G: ‘The question is not who wins, but how do we all win?’

Global 5G discussion marked by "confrontational" language With President Donald Trump recently entering the 5G global discourse and furthering the characterization of deployment as an international race, Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri commented that, "What if to squeeze the most juice out of 5G, the question...

Dell: Transition to 5G will be ‘geofenced’ — but fully commercialized

Dell EMC CTO John Roese laid out a vision of the transition to 5G where the technology exists in small, mostly industrial pockets around the world for the first couple of years before becoming pervasive enough to make real inroads in the consumer space:...

Nokia and partners bringing private LTE to ports, mines and airports

Private LTE provider Ukkoverkot supporting wide range of industrial applications Industrial operators in Finland are investing in private LTE networks to support internet of things implementations that are part of larger digital transformation strategies. With wins from mining, port operations and other industrial interests, Nokia...

SUSE White Paper: The Benefits of Supported Linux for IoT

There is growing emphasis around the importance of building IoT systems that offer reliable connectivity, enterprise-grade security, and extended device lifecycle management. Investing in the right technology partners can help overcome many of the challenges developers and companies face when bringing IoT products and...

Why AI is essential to success in Industrial IoT

  Networks are being significantly impacted by the commoditisation of hardware and the migration of functionality and value to software. This dramatically increases network complexity, but more importantly gives carriers an opportunity to gain a competitive advantage through disruptive new services. One lucrative new market that...

AT&T bringing 5G to Samsung semiconductor manufacturing facility

AT&T Business CEO talks 5G for verticals DALLAS--As operators look to develop 5G revenue streams beyond the consumer segment, AT&T today announced it was working with Samsung to kit out the technology giant's Austin, Texas, semiconductor fabrication facility with next-generation cellular applications. Thaddeus Arroyo, CEO of ...

Four private LTE use cases

What are some examples of private LTE use cases? Emerging private LTE technologies are seen as a middle ground between enterprise-class Wi-Fi and relying on commercial carrier LTE networks: providing broadband data capabilities with mobility and roaming capabilities, SIM-based security and other features to support...

The long view on 5G in Europe as an industrial enabler

Vertical services equate to new operator revenue, 5G-IA says In an interview with RCR Wireless News during 5G Americas' 5G New Horizons Wireless Symposium in Austin, Texas, Colin Willcock, chairman of the 5G Infrastructure Association, said Europe might not be first to deploy the next generation...

CBRS Alliance pushes OnGo branding and device certification program

Zinwave CTO says OnGo is 'the space to watch' The 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band is poised of offer both operator and other market entrants prioritized access to valuable new spectrum in support of private LTE, the internet of things (IoT) and...

Industrial IoT (IIoT) – Where is Silicon Valley?

The news provides a stream of reports that factory workers will be replaced by robots due to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).  But actually, IIoT is transforming the way companies and factories operate by automating actionable information starting with the supply chain, through the...

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...

New joint venture to address industrial IoT technologies

Canadian company ITT, an internet of things (IoT) specialist, has signed a 30-year joint venture agreement with Chinese firm New Hope Data Technology, which provides data acquisition, monitoring, data analytics, professional services and knowledge transfer through the implementation of IoT technologies. The Chinese firm...

VMware, Samsung join forces to launch combined IoT offering

VMware and Samsung Electronics have announced a collaboration agreement in the Internet of Things (IoT) space. Under the terms of the agreement, both firms said they will collaborate to expand end-to-end IoT solutions for industrial and enterprise customers.

Ericsson, China Mobile carry out connected factory trial in China

Connected factory trial is currently focused on production line monitoring and materials tracking use cases. China Mobile and Ericsson said they are carrying out a connected factory trial at the plant of Ericsson’s subsidiary Ericsson Panda Communication, in the city of Nanjing,...

Vodafone provides connectivity for medical asset tracking

As much as one-third of medication is unusable by the time it is supposed to be taken as a result of poor storage of temperature-sensitive medicines due to insufficient supply chain management and failure of patients to correctly store prescriptions, according to a case...

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