The internet has long been labelled the 'network of networks', for its ability to seamlessly transmit data across a myriad of devices and networks — both local and global — using Internet Protocol.
NetComm has expanded its Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) portfolio with the launch of the NTC-220 4G LTE Category 1 Industrial IoT Router, which will deliver secure medium-bandwidth connectivity using universally available LTE networks.
5G is on track for 2020 in New Zealand, with the first allocation of spectrum to be the 3.5 GHz band.
With 5G network launches on the rise, 5G will account for 15% of the global mobile industry by 2025, according to GSMA.
NEC has launched a 5G vertical business platform for communication service providers (CSPs).
Britain's first 5G factory trial has now been switched on by the Worcestershire 5G Consortium.
Using the right 5G spectrum in the mobile industry could add a further $565 billion to global GDP, according to a new GSMA report.
An industry-first, commercially ready 5G hybrid indoor radio solution has been successfully launched by Nokia and the China Mobile Research Institute.
Key drivers for 5G deployment include increased network capacity, lower cost per gigabyte and new use case requirements.
Power-sustainable self-driving trucks with 5G capabilities are being developed by Einride, Ericsson and Telia.
Broadband markets will be significantly impacted by the rollout of 5G networks in Australia.
A new report suggests that operators are using residential fixed wireless access (FWA) in order to be among the first to implement a 5G mobile service.
Brazilian power distributor Elektro has chosen Nokia to deploy a private LTE network in the City of Atibaia.
Regional Australians will receive expanded mobile coverage as Round 4 of the federal government's Mobile Black Spot Program opens.
The Advantech SmartFlex SR308 industrial LTE cellular router provides secure internet connectivity for devices and LANs via the cellular networks.