Bell, Huawei, BeWhere bring new IoT platform ... 14 th / 11 / 2017
Bell partnered with Canadian industrial IoT products company BeWhere Technologies and Huawei to implement an automated IoT platform for the Henry of Pelham vineyard, reports Telecompaper on November 13, 2017.
RTR prepares auction for 3400-3800 MHz ... 14 th / 11 / 2017
Austrian regulator RTR is preparing to distribute frequencies in the band 3400-3800 MHz for 5G and has organized several meetings and consultations with industry representatives to set the conditions for the tender procedure and to keep it as transparent as possible, reports Telecompaper on November 13, 2017.
Ooredoo announces significant network ... 13 th / 11 / 2017
Ooredoo Group today announced that Ooredoo Myanmar will significantly expand its network and infrastructure to offer the widest and fastest 4G network in the country s, reports Al-Bawaba on November 12, 2017. By the end of 2017, Ooredoo’s superfast 4G network is expected to reach more than 15 million people across 200 towns, which will significantly enhance their data experience and allow them to enjoy the internet even more.
Docomo, Sumitomo Electric test 5G real-time ... 13 th / 11 / 2017
Sumitomo Electric Industries and Japanese operator NTT Docomo have been jointly testing the real-time collection and delivery of traffic information using HD sensors connected via 5G mobile communications system for advanced driving support, reports Telecompaper on November 10, 2017. The system networks sensors that have been mounted on vehicles and installed along roadsides or in buildings are designed to collect traffic information that is analyzed in real time and then fed back to drivers and pedestrians.
Telia says Boliden 5G connected mining ... 13 th / 11 / 2017
Telia Sweden said that it is continuing with the Pilot for Industrial Mobile Communication in Mining (PIMM) alongside Atlas Copco, ABB, Boliden, Ericsson, InfoVista, Volvo Construction Equipment, Wolfit, RISE and Lulea Technical University (LTU), reports Telecompaper on November 10, 2017.
Digita aims to have 400 IoT base stations in ... 13 th / 11 / 2017
Finnish operator Digita said that it has constructed 50 new IoT base stations this autumn throughout Finland, increasing indoor coverage in the largest cities by 40 percent, reports Telecompaper on November 10, 2017. In 2017, Digita plans to construct as many as 150 new base stations.