Mitsubishi Electric, Docomo achieve 27Gbps throughput in 5G outdoor trials

Mitsubishi Electric and Japanese operator NTT Docomo have announced they have achieved 5G mobile telecommunications proof of concept for 27Gbps and 25Gbps maximum throughputs via one mobile terminal over communication

Altair Semiconductor, Jig-Saw partner on LTE-enabled sensors for industrial IoT

Altair Semiconductor partnered with Jig-Saw to create LTE-enabled sensors for a wide variety of industrial IoT applications. The partnership combines Altair’s dual-mode Cat-M/NB-IoT ALT1250 chipset with Jig-Saw’s software control technology

Tata Communications’ research reveals how perception of IoT differs between generations

Tata Communications is laying the foundation for IoT in India with the world’s largest LoRaWAN network spanning across 2,000 communities and 38 cities in the country, to create an end-to-end

Orange Slovakia starts LTE-M pilot

Orange Slovakia has started a pilot operation of its LTE-M network and its connection to the complex platform Live Object, developed by the Orange group, which will carry out data

Huawei releases new 5G wireless products at MWC

Huawei released a complete range of full-scenario 5G wireless products at the 2018 Mobile World Congress (MWC). These products support all 5G frequency bands and cover different types of sites

Smart home market to rise to USD 155 bln by 2023 – study

The worldwide smart home market rose 16 percent year on year to USD 84 billion in 2017 and is set to continue climbing to nearly USD 96 billion in 2018,

Telia Lithuania introduces IPTV over LTE

Operator Telia Lithuania plans to start the broadcast of IPTV content over its LTE network. The new technology will replace DVB-T services. The operator plans to stop using DVB-T services

Korea Telecom picks Gemalto to deliver connectivity for connected cars

Korea Telecom (KT) selected Gemalto’s On-Demand Connectivity (ODC) platform and embedded SIM (eSIM) to deliver out-of-box connectivity to its Industrial IoT customers. This will enable the largest South Korean telecommunications

Samsung, KDDI demo 5G network on high-speed train

Samsung Electronics, in partnership with Japanese operator KDDI, has demonstrated a 5G network on a high-speed train traveling over 100 km per hour, Yonhap news agency reports. Samsung and KDDI

Belarus plans to start pilot 5G areas in 2019

Pilot areas for a 5G network will start in Belarus in 2019, reports citing Dmitriy Shedko, the deputy ICT minister. Shedko said that the pilot projects have already been