Archive for January 4th, 2016

ITU and Georgia Tech to work on IoT standards, applications

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The International Telecommunications Union has signed a memorandum of understanding with Georgia Institute of Technology to collaborate on developing standards for the Internet of Things. Under the MoU, the ITU’s standardisation Study Group 20, which addresses IoT technologies and applications, will ally with Georgia Tech’s centre for the development and applications of IoT, and academic […]

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3GPP accepts NB-IoT, EC-GPRS, and LTE-MTC as LPWA network standards

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The 3GPP standardisation organisation for the mobile industry accepted three technology proposals as standards for low power wide area networking for the Internet of Things. According to the GSMA, 3GPP has acknowledged narrowband IoT, extended coverage GPRS, and LTE machine type communication as IoT networking standards. The three technologies delivered on licensed spectrum will “cover […]

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AT&T moves ahead in IoT biz by adding 5.8 million connected cars – TelecomLead

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AT&T today said it has signed more than 300 Internet of Things (IoT) deals this year, across the U.S. and abroad. The main focus areas of AT&T’s IoT business was to connect devices across the automotive, shipping, industrial, health care, home security and smart cities sectors. Verizon Wireless is the main competitor of AT&T in the IoT […]

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