Category: IoT


IoT-connected cars can change society, says Nissan

Nissan has said an IoT-enabled connected car has the ability to transform and deliver unprecedented benefits to society, while Jasper has questioned the billing strategy of data usage in the future vehicle.

Internet of Things; Why Location Matters

We are moving rapidly to an ever more connected world and the opportunities for the Telecommunications industry are significant, from new connectivity offerings based on dedicated IoT infrastructure to participating in the data market and the creation of new applications. At the core, since everything happens somewhere and all the things in the IoT have […]

3GPP completes standardization of NB-IoT

Telecoms standardization body 3GPP has announced is has completed the standardization of the NB-IoT narrowband radio technology designed specifically for IoT use.

A Week In Wireless Podcast – Virtual Insanity

On this week’s show the gang discuss mobile streaming during Euro 2016; the rise of virtual reality; cloud computing; Microsoft linking up with LinkedIn; Brexit and mobile habits in the bedroom.

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Telecoms.com IoT Outlook Report 2016

This free report, published by Telecoms.com Intelligence, analyses and presents the findings of an in-depth questionnaire answered by 900 members of the telecoms industry involved with IoT today.

ZTE claims NB-IoT and VR firsts

Chinese telco ZTE has laid claim to being the first to demonstrate the verification based on NB-IoT, as well as the first realtime VR service based on pre-5G technology.

FA Cup – how to score when it comes to mobile coverage

While providing mobile coverage in a large space like a stadium or arena can easily be achieved, the challenge with large events is providing enough network capacity to cope with heavy mobile use in such a short timeframe.

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