Around about the year 2020, 5G networks will start to supercharge the world of data services and the IoT. It sounds like IoT nirvana – data rates 100x compared to 4G, and latency reduced from 50 to just one millisecond.
The speed at which technology trends evolve these days is amazing. When we are still in the middle of the Cloud revolution,
The large volumes and the diversity of devices that are predicted to be connected to the IoT over the next few years will introduce a new set of challenges in testing and validation – not only for the devices themselves, but also for the networks that will support them.
IoT is here right now but it’s also one of the biggest application areas for 5G. Yet it’s easy to forget that while the industry has a clear vision of services that it hopes 5G will facilitate, much remains to be determined on the technical front with standardisation activities just beginning.
Starhome Mach has launched its HD-IoT platform to help operators profitably compete in the M2M/IoT market.
IoT lives at the network’s edge, bringing with it a unique set of security requirements. In order to leverage the benefits of IoT, organisations need to protect this distributed technology, which is increasingly viewed as a soft target.
HGI, an organisation for publishing requirements for the digital home, has published an updated specification for improving Quality of Service (QoS) through the Home Gateway
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