Paving the path to Narrowband 5G with LTE-IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT) is bringing a massive surge of smart, connected devices that will enable new services and efficiencies across industries. The IoT will transform businesses, change the way people live, and fuel innovations for many years to come. Over the next decade, it is predicted that there will be 10’s of billions of connected devices deployed globally, growing at unprecedented speed to generate multi-trillion dollars of economic value across many key markets. The Internet of Things is the foundation to a totally interconnected world, and it is only a matter of time before it evolves into the Internet of Everything.
This white paper from Qualcomm considers how LTE technology as well as eMTC and NB-IoT will bring significant benefits over non-3GPP LPWA solutions and how features such as reduced complexity, improved power efficiency and optimisation will deliver an end-to-end LTE-IoT platform as part of the roadmap to 5G.
This white paper is published on the GSA web site with the permission of the author.
Qualcomm is an Executive Member of GSA
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