Category archives: IoT
As operational technology merges with ICT, mobile communication has an important role to play towards the manufacturing industry. With that said, 80% of Industrial IoT is wired and fixed networks dominate in factories.
Expectations are high for the Internet of Things (IoT). It promises to solve many of today’s complex problems, from organizing city traffic to revolutionizing manufacturing. By leveraging big data analytics, IoT creates possibilities for completely new insights into markets, businesses and societies, and new business opportunities related to connectivity, artificial intelligence (AI) and IoT devices […]
On March 31, 2016, Tesla started taking Model 3 orders. Long lines of eager car enthusiasts snaked outside Tesla dealerships worldwide. Elon Musk tweeted that there had been over 180,000 orders in the first 24 hours. Within a week, Tesla announced that it had received over 325,000 reservations. I was one of those excited customers.
How will 5G change the way you do business?
By Joakim Reiter, Group External Affairs Director, Vodafone; Dr. Christoph Grote, Senior Vice President Electronics, BMW Group; Ulf Pehrsson, Vice President Government and Industry Relations, Ericsson.
Digitisation is driving the most significant period of change in the automotive industry since the introduction of the moving assembly line in 1913.
Today, millions of cars use mobile networks for […]
Established enterprises that deliver hardware-based solutions are facing a daunting challenge: rising competition from new, digital-first companies, as well as cloud and service providers. Some are also proving to be victims of their own success. By providing more durable and efficient solutions, customers are also buying less of their products.
When was the last time you were alone, without your smartphone?
Back in 2016, a Google computer program known as AlphaGo beat Lee Sidol, one of the world’s top Go players. Perhaps that doesn’t sound so impressive, after all, it is only a boardgame. I mean, how hard could it be, right?
Transport has always been the “middle child” of the network— an essential part of the family that’s often underappreciated and ignored. But as the next wave of mobile communications, with LTE Advanced and 5G, sweeps us forward, it’s time to take notice of the supporting RAN Transport.
Securing your home, workplace, or country is a complicated business. The larger the area that you need to protect, the more exposed it is to security breaches. IoT security can be tricky. After all, the greater the number of connected devices the greater the risk of exposure to advanced and persistent threats (APT).