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Edge solutions to power IoT video apps (Reality Check)

Realizing the full promise of the internet of things (IoT) means creating an environment where tens of billions of devices can communicate in real-time, transforming industries. It’s been a long time coming, but application developers, enterprises and vertical industries are taking steps to make...

U.S. water utilities to invest $8.3 billion in IoT in next decade

According to a recent survey, 80% of respondents said they are already investing or looking to invest in smart water infrastructure U.S. water utilities expect to invest $8.3 billion in smart infrastructure over the next ten years, according to a study of Washington, DC-based smart...

Ericsson set to manage IoT networks

When it comes to connecting millions of low-cost remote devices to the internet, many mobile network operators find themselves in uncharted territory. Ericsson is hoping to offer some guidance by extending its managed network services business to the internet of things. The company describes...

Five 5G deployment scenarios from Arthur D. Little

In a new report, titled "5G Deployment Models are Crystallizing," Arthur D. Little researchers attempt to answer the question on all of our minds. How do we get from where we are today to a 5G future enabling all of the wild telemedicine, mobile...

Verizon prepares to add voice to IoT network

Qualcomm and Ericsson assist with VoLTE on LTE Cat M1 network Verizon Wireless said it has shown that voice-over-LTE works on its LTE Cat M1 network, meaning that internet of things applications have new opportunities to use voice commands to activate devices. LTE Cat M1...

Qualcomm: 5G worth $12 trillion by 2035

As 5G evolves, Qualcomm CEO said there is still a lot of room to grow with 4G, mainly with gigabit LTE SHANGHAI- 5G technology could provide a $12 trillion revenue opportunity by 2035, U.S. Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf said during a keynote presentation at Mobile...

How augmented reality can benefit humanity

SAN JOSE, Calif.--Ori Inbar, co-founder and CEO of augmentedreality.org, gave a keynote address titled “Superpowers to Change the Word: How Augmented Reality Helps Advance Humanity” at the 2017 Sensors Expo and Conference this week. Augmented reality vs. virtual reality AR and virtual reality (VR) are two...

Vodafone uses the IoT for mobile diabetes management

 With the deal, Vodafone’s customers will have access to Smart Meter’s iGlucose platform U.K. telecom group Vodafone is working with Smart Meter LLC., a mobile health services provider for diabetes management, to bring accessibility to its customers around the world. With this cooperation agreement, Vodafone’s customers...

Analyst Angle: Analytics to optimize enterprise and IoT applications

A conversation with Caroline Chan, Vice President and General Manager, 5G Infrastructure Division, Network Platform Group, Intel The below is only a summary. Download a transcript of the complete interview and access the complete report "Mastering Analytics: How to benefit from big data and network complexity." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qzpn_IxU6fQ&feature=youtu.be With the evolution...

New infrastructure brings data centers closer to network edge

Vaper IO's partners include Intel, Crown Castle and Flex High-value IoT applications like autonomous cars, virtual reality, and lights out manufacturing need networks that can respond in real-time. They need the power of cloud computing at the edge of the network. But cloud computing requires...

Verizon outlines IoT device design

Verizon senior manager for embedded IoT solutions Joe Cozzarelli outlined the architecture of IoT devices on an Enterprise IoT Insights webinar this week. He said that at the highest level, an IoT device will include processing power (microcontrollers or microprocessing units), a cellular or...

Enterprise IoT Webinar: Embedded IoT design – The basics

Low-cost sensors and modems are enticing more and more enterprises to explore embedded connectivity for a wide range of devices and systems. But there are many choices to be made. The internet of things is a wild west of competing standards, networks, platforms, modems,...

Enterprise IoT Report: Embedded IoT design – The basics

Low-cost sensors and modems are enticing more and more enterprises to explore embedded connectivity for a wide range of devices and systems. But there are many choices to be made. The internet of things is a wild west of competing standards, networks, platforms, modems,...

Orange targets international roaming for LoRa network

The French telco currently provides LoRa technology in nearly 4,000 towns across the country French telecommunications group Orange confirmed that it aims to test the interconnection of its LoRa network with that of another European operator by December in the framework of the LoRa Alliance...

Verizon global lead, IoT security: ‘We live in an insecure world’

Verizon and AT&T execs talk IoT security In a new interview with Mobile World Live, Verizon Global Lead of IoT Security and International Strategy Harm Jan Arendshorst highlighted the security challenges associated with the explosion of network endpoints as the internet of things (IoT) continues...

5G will embolden IoT, but LTE supports variety of use cases

LTE-M and NB-IoT enable capabilities for asset tracking, smart meters and other key IoT applications; plus drones controlled over commercial LTE networks Many industry watchers, including me, have referred to massive-scale internet of things (IoT) as the killer app for forthcoming 5G mobile networks. But...

IDC forecasts IoT spending to top $800 billion this year

The global spending on the internet of things (IoT) is forecasted to grow 16.7% year-over-year in 2017 By 2021, global internet of things spending is expected to total nearly $1.4 trillion as organizations continue to invest in the hardware, software, services, and connectivity that enable...

IoT security: will today’s methods work?

Researchers from the University of Michigan and Stony Brook University have published a paper calling for new security mechanisms for the internet of things. The authors say that some security challenges presented by the IoT can be solved using traditional approaches, and some require...

Accelerating deployment in the Internet of Things

The benefits for enterprises in deploying successful Internet of Things solutions are potentially huge: cost savings, new income streams, efficient business processes and happier customers. However, when it comes to developing enterprise IoT solutions such as predictive maintenance, remote monitoring, fleet management or building management,...

The internet of things: The killer 5G app

Although it's not yet standardized or commercially available, the long-term vision of 5G is a unifying connectivity fabric--ultra fast, incredibly low latency wireless-that's available everywhere and capable of connecting anything. In terms of use cases, think swarms of autonomous drones executing tasks, self-driving vehicles...

Bell Canada to launch LTE-M network in 2018

Bell Canada's new LTE-M network to launch next year Days after announcing support for a smart farming initiative, Bell Canada said that it will be launching an Category M1 LTE network in 2018 to support the use of the internet of things. Bell said that it...

Private LTE as an enterprise and industrial IoT enabler

Digital transformation is a top priority for virtually every industry and enterprise. Supported by a reliable and robust foundation of wireless connectivity, the internet of things is poised to bring new levels of efficiency and sustainability to everything from manufacturers and utilities to airports,...

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...

5G will enable $12.3 trillion in global economic output by 2035, trade group says

5G Americas says next generation network technology will also support 22 million jobs globally by 2036 TOKYO--5G technology will enable $12.3 trillion in global economic output by 2035, Chris Pearson, head of industry trade group 5G Americas, said during a keynote presentation at the Global 5G...

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