Cellular networks for Massive IoT

New radio access technologies are available specifically targeting the connectivity requirements of Massive Internet of Things (IoT) applications.According to the current GSMA Mobile IoT rollout report,[1] the number of launched commercial networks is 35 for LTE-M (supporting Cat-M1 devices) and 92 for NB-IoT, and the numbers are constantly increasing.Commercial devices span various types of meters, sensors, trackers and wearables in many different industries, including utilities, automotive, transport, logistics, agriculture, manufacturing, healthcare, warehousing and mining.

Cellular IoT technologies will drive the digitization of the society by delivering machine-to-machine (M2M) and machine-to-person communications on a massive scale.Connected,intelligent software-defined products enable new opportunities for both consumers and industries by boosting connectivity.

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