5G went live across six cities in the UK at the end of May, with a limited area roll-out by network operator EE. 5G-supported devices so far include the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Samsung Galaxy Fold, the Oppo Reno 5G and the LG V50 ThinQ.
According to research conducted by Ovum for Amdocs, a provider of software and services to communications and media companies,
Almost 80% of European CSPs expect the introduction of 5G to expand revenue opportunities with enterprise customers. So says a new survey by Amdocs, a provider of software and services to communications and media companies.
The SIM card is a technology that most of us are familiar with, present in mobile phones since the early nineties. A SIM card is a piece of hardware which contains data that authenticates us with our mobile operator, enabling us to connect to a network and receive a mobile connection.
According to a new research report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the number of devices managed on third-party connectivity management platforms (CMPs) will grow at a CAGR of 30.3% from 120 million in 2017 to reach 440 million by 2022. This accounted for about 18% of the total installed base of cellular IoT devices in 2017.
At its Digital Transformation World event, held in Nice, TM Forum, the industry association driving digital transformation through collaboration, has warned that clear,
On the back of this development in connectivity for vehicles will come other business opportunities which will add to the demand for traffic on this network.
The UK government recently announced its intention to invest “£740 million(US$ 904.94 million) to support the rollout of fibre broadband connections and future 5G mobile technology.” This intention was included in the new industrial strategy proposals (green paper) unveiled by the UK Prime Minister.
As OEMs and service providers look to increase consumer IoT adoption, a seamless customer experience is vital, with simple exploration, registration and activation as the aims. Yuval Mayron, the general manager of the Amdocs Internet of Things business unit, tells Antony Savvas about how service providers and OEMs need to work together to deliver the next great technological revolution
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