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In a previous article I had pleaded for the identification of the DTE (the computer, the smartphone or other connected object), not the DCE (modem) or NIC (Network Interface Card). A digital identity for the IoT, which we started calling the "telecoin" here at Nokia. Telecoins can be mined in a f...
Date: 11/02/2017
Author: Thierry Van de Velde @ Nokia Networks
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I've recently focused on the critical enablers of wireless evolution, as we go towards 5G, IoT, gigabit WiFi and other technologies, especially in the enterprise. As well as spectrum - which I've covered extensively in recent months - deploying in-building coverage is going to be another issue. T...
Date: 10/31/2017
Author: Dean Bubley @ Disruptive Analysis
Tags: 5G, IoT, Wi-Fi
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In simple words IoT is the interconnection of different type of devices (Any device) with humans and with each other, for examples your watch may alert your health care provider when your sugar level is rising beyond some specific value consequently your vital signs are sent to your family doctor...
Date: 10/23/2017
Author: Abdulaziz Khan @ Mobily
Tags: IoT
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My observation after the two days was that there are several security solutions around but vehicle (connected or not) industry has still a lot to work on. As vehicles get more and more connected, vehicle industry will face issues beyond their normal comfort zone. The industry will have to take se...
Date: 10/04/2017
Author: Anand R. Prasad @ 3GPP/NEC
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The degree of mechanization in agriculture is going up rapidly. At the turn of the century, none of the 525 million farms across the world had sensor technology (or, for that matter, IoT in any other form). Cut to 2025, and we will witness more than 620 million sensors being used (considering the...
Date: 09/19/2017
Author: Romit Atta @ Teknowledge Mobile Studio
Tags: IoT
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A couple of weeks ago I went to Sensors Expo 2017 in San Jose. This topic is slightly outside my normal beat, but fits with my ongoing interest in "telcofuturism", especially around the intersection of IoT, networks and AI. It also dovetails well with recent writing I've done on edge computing, a...
Date: 09/04/2017
Author: Dean Bubley @ Disruptive Analysis
Tags: IoT
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With NB-IoT networks eventually started to rollout, some developers are wondering how much data they can exchange between sensor device and platform, what it takes to transfer this data etc.
Date: 08/16/2017
Author: Junaid Afzal @ SIGFOX
Tags: IoT, NB-IoT
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In 2006, there were 6.6 billion people in the world. Cut to 2050, and this global population figure will move beyond the 9.5 billion mark. A United Nations FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) report predicted that the overall volume of food production worldwide will have to increase by nearly...
Date: 08/14/2017
Author: Romit Atta @ Teknowledge Mobile Studio
Tags: IoT
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Going by a recent BI Intelligence report, there will be close to 35 billion ‘connected devices’ in active use by the end of this decade – with business being the biggest sector to use this technology. However, in the rush to come up with new and innovative IoT tools, platforms and gateways – the...
Date: 07/24/2017
Author: Romit Atta @ Teknowledge Mobile Studio
Tags: IoT, Security
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I don't think Amazon is purely interested in disrupting the food-retail business, or creating distribution/pickup centres for online shopping. I think Amazon is also interested in local, mini data-centres for its huge cloud business. This means it may be able to disrupt other telecoms/IT business...
Date: 07/18/2017
Author: Dean Bubley @ Disruptive Analysis
Tags: 5G, IoT
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