Ericsson and Telecom partner to launch IoT

Ericsson and Telecom partner to launch IoT

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– Ericsson and Telecom partner to launch IoT

According Ericsson, “the new platform offers enterprise customers reliable connectivity based on service-level agreements and a common, unified overview of devices and access networks, with this platform, enterprise customers can integrate their business processes with the managed connectivity service offered by China Telecom to create highly reliable IoT solutions.” copyright www.naijapr.com

 

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Ericsson has just launched an open Internet of Things (IoT) platform with China Telecom, the essence of this is to give enterprises the chance to deploy and adequately manage IoT devices faster. Ericsson has announced that is is ahead of its competition in training and deploying Cat m1 IoT network.

Ericsson further explained that “The short-range segment largely consists of devices connected by unlicensed radio technologies, with a typical range of up to 100 meters, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and ZigBee. This category also includes devices connected over fixed-line local area networks and powerline technologies. The wide-area segment consists of devices using cellular connections, as well as unlicensed low-power technologies, such as Sigfox,

The wide-area segment consists of devices using cellular connections, as well as unlicensed low-power technologies, such as Sigfox, LoRa, and RPMA, standardized cellular networks are well suited to providing connectivity for emerging IoT applications due to their ubiquitous deployments, as well as their inherent characteristics, which include security and reliability.

standardizedGPP low-power wide-area (LPWA) cellular technologies, Cat M1 and NB-IoT, can be deployed on existing LTE networks, and are helping to overcome these challenges. The technologies meet massive IoT coverage requirements and support a wide range of low-cost devices.”