LTE. Most of us know it as the technology that lets us watch our videos on our phone, but the truth is, there’s much more to it than that. While high speed smartphone connectivity is how most of us know LTE today, it isn’t just about higher speeds and video streaming.
Who wouldn’t want a car that can move you and your family from Point A to Point B without ever sitting in traffic? How convenient would it be to book a taxi that rises above the city streets and flies you to your destination through the clouds?
Smart metering is not the most obvious application for next‑generation cellular technology. Utility meters don’t need the high data speeds of up to 100Mbps that are designed for consumer mobile video streaming.
Security is critical for a trustworthy Internet‑of‑Things. To achieve this, it is crucial we solve the main challenge of secure identities for constrained IoT devices and find efficient ways to deal with the many identity technologies in use.
u‑blox demonstrates its new super low power GNSS receiver for portable applications, UBX‑M8230‑CT, as well as LTE Cat 1 technology and Wi‑Fi and Bluetooth gateway connectivity at its showroom 2C3MR in Hall 2 of
It has been ten years since Steve Jobs launched the iPhone, a decade in which his “widescreen iPod, mobile phone and Internet communications device” completely changed the way that people communicate, access information, and consume media.