Having launched its first two nano-satellites into orbit in late 2018, Hiber’s IoT network went live and has been used by customers since early February.
Thirty-five innovative project proposals leveraging the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) ‘for good’ were generated at the 2nd AI for Good Global Summit, held last week in Geneva at the headquarters of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations specialised agency for information and communication technology (ICT).
Following the success of last year’s event, the 2nd workshop “Open Source and Standards – The Path Towards 5G and the Internet of Things”, jointly organised by NGMN and the ITU, took place on 1st November 2017 in Bellevue (Seattle), Washington, USA. The workshop was hosted by Microsoft and co-organised by the IPR Plenary of the NGMN Alliance and the International [...]
ZTE Corporation, an international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, is to unveil its remote control service for 5th Generation mobile virtual reality (5G VR) underwater vehicles at the 5G World Summit 2017, London.
Teleena, the global provider for IoT and MVNO solutions announced that it has secured a 901 IMSI from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
IoT is taking hold in a broad range of industries from automotive to farming to manufacturing. One of the biggest growing markets is the smart home with many areas ripe for development including controllers, lighting, thermostats, security, and sensors.
On August 31, 2016, Ericsson announced the launch of its new AIR 6468 cellular radio. Ericsson stated that together with the 5G Plug-Ins announced in June, and the (already available) Radio System Baseband 5216, it now offers all the components of a 5G access network.
Beaverton, Oregon, USA – HomeGrid Forum and the HomePNA Alliance have merged to create a single organisation focused on promoting advanced wired home networking technologies. The combined organisation will operate under the HomeGrid Forum banner.
The Homegrid Forum is backing the ITU-T Study Group 15’s draft standard (ITU-T G.9963, or G.hn-Mimo) that adds mimo (multiple input multiple output) technology to the G.hn standard for high-speed networking over existing home wiring.
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