How to maximise revenue from the 5G Value Plane

Mobile operators have customers lining up for 5G to enable services from IoT to augmented reality. The versatility of 5G supports enormous device density per cell, huge throughput and ultra-low latency. These attributes singly or together open up a raft of opportunities, but mobile operators know that they can’t address these with precision by applying

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IoT Now Magazine 2021 Q2 – LoRaWAN simplicity helps IoT pick up the pace

It’s time to demystify the complexities of IoT connectivity – and it starts with jargon. Not all IoT can be easy but with devices and apps simplifying, it has become noticeable that the connectivity side remains a complicated jungle of telecoms industry technology. As IoT continues to enter the mainstream it’s time to face up

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Business-Critical IoT Connectivity Solutions: Key Management Challenges A Beecham Report

Businesses are becoming more reliant on their IoT connectivity as services evolve, with greater emphasis on overall cost reductions as well as increasing revenue expectations. It is one thing to select the most appropriate IoT connectivity to fulfill the needs of an IoT project, quite another to manage it in the field. This is especially

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Securing the IoT begins with Zero-Touch Provisioning at Scale

What’s the largest roadblock to realising the promise of the Internet of Things? For many organizations, the obstacle delaying widespread deployments is the strategy for onboarding the necessary edge resources for a lifetime of secured operation.The solution is best addressed through a coordinated effort by domain experts. This paper presents such a solution, delivered by

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Podcast 12: Real world tech: Edge AI drives car-making, healthcare and retail

Artificial intelligence (AI) at the edge is changing healthcare, retail and Audi cars, as Intel’s IoT Group vice president, John Healy tells Jeremy Cowan and George Malim. It’s cutting auto safety inspection costs in half, speeding life-saving cancer diagnoses, and creating Covid-safe shopping in Latin America. Plus we learn how chipmakers globally are tackling supply problems that have halted vehicle production.

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How to co-ordinate patient healthcare with connected medical devices

The pandemic has had a major impact in accelerating and shaping the changes that will transform the healthcare landscape far into the future. Investment in new technologies, applications and devices that assist in fighting infections, improving social care, helping citizens lead healthy lives and avoid hospitalisation is progressing rapidly. Using connected medical devices to monitor

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The critical role of wireless connectivity for public EV charging points

Governments are mandating zero carbon emission targets, which require mass adoption of electric vehicles. To meet targets, costs need to come down and charging issues must be addressed. This will require a massive increase in the number of charge points over the next decade to keep pace with sales of EVs (electric vehicles). As electric

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The IoT Connectivity Cookbook – Recipes for IoT success

Looking for the recipe to IoT success? This fun and light-hearted eBook looks at some of the IoT use cases today’s enterprises are launching, and how to streamline their route to success. Offering the ingredients, recipes and methodology for an IoT banquet, it includes a step-by-step guide to: • Global connectivity: Something traditional networks can’t

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Fibocom Launches High Performance LTE-A Cat 12 Module FG101 Based on Qualcomm SDX12

Shenzhen China – March 18th 2021 – Fibocom (Stock Code: 300638), a leading provider of cellular embedded wireless module solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), announced the global launch of high performance 4G LTE Advanced category 12 module FG101. Highly integrated with competitive cost advantages, FG101 is an optimized 4G LTE-A module designed to

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Smart Meters Report: Smart utilities target more than metering

Meters used to be focused only on counting consumption. As such, they were a cost for utilities, but a smart meter can not only provide much richer consumption and generation information but also enable the business cases of partners.George Malim reports on smart meter developments and uptake and finds there are new opportunities for utilities

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eSIM Market Report: Can eSIM be the enabler of massive IoT connectivity?

By 2025, GSMA Intelligence forecasts the total number of IoT connections will grow to 25.2 billion. Breaking these numbers down, Ericsson projects 5.2 billion cellular IoT connections also by 2025. This means that, by the mid-2020s, cellular IoT connections are expected to number more than 60% of mobile handset subscriptions and growing faster. The largest

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Industries demand capabilities from specialised providers to underpin IoT success

As global enterprises begin their transformations from selling products to providing services, enabled by IoT, Michael Cihra, the vice president of Internet of Things and Insights at TELUS, tells George Malim, the managing editor of IoT Now, how vertical industries demand specialised services from organisations that truly understand their business plus the technologies that enable

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Will cellular private networks power enterprise IoT?

The coming of 5G and the robust, high-capacity bandwidth of LTE is attracting organisations to cellular options for high-speed private networks. In this issue of Tech Trends, editor George Malim and Transforma Insights founding partner Matt Hatton, explore why enterprises are looking at mobile private networks (MPNs) and how the market is developing to serve

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The IoT Now CEO Guide to Global Connectivity 2021

Global connectivity is forever changed. In 2020, in spite of the pandemic, IoT connections in the form of connected cars, smart homes and connected industrial equipment to name a few, outstripped non-IoT connections, such as smartphones and laptops, for the first time. The IoT Now CEO Guide to Connectivity explores what this means for global

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IoT Now Magazine 2021 Q1 – Enterprises gear up to be major IoT players

IoT has stopped being something that will happen and has blossomed into something that is happening. The change from being an industry focused on trials and pilots and niche deployments into one in which enterprises are building their futures is underway and we’re seeing that in increased device volumes and connection numbers. It’s about time,

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Appetite for all categories of LPWAN is growing

Does LoRaWAN really meet more IoT connectivity needs more of the time? The low power wide area network (LPWAN) field has become increasingly crowded with options such as narrowband IoT (NB-IoT), Sigfox and LoRaWAN all available to connect IoT devices. These technologies meet the needs of many IoT applications because of their low cost, global

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