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WEBINAR / Sep 2017 / iot, smart cities
Smart city activities are usually driven by large cities with enough resources to adopt and deploy the solutions they need.  This approach generally works for large metropolitan areas where there is enough population to attract further innovation.  This scheme, however, is not applicable to smaller regions and satellite towns that...
WEBINAR / Jul 2017 / iot
As the number of software options for deploying connecting devices multiplies, those platforms offer more than simply connectivity management. This session, hosted by M2M Zone, looks at the basic components of an end-to-end software platform, including the basic database, connectivity, device management, rule-based process management, analytics, and other tools software brings...
WEBINAR / Jul 2017 / 5G
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) are currently moving from the phase of standardization to that of early proliferation and adoption as common 5G base technologies. Due to the flexible demands of 5G standardization, developers are calling for the application of NFV and SDN to increase their scope...
WEBINAR / May 2017 / iot, smart cities
Despite all the hype over the Internet of Things, consumer-based IoT applications have not exactly captured the public’s imagination yet. But IoT is already making a notable impact in the smart buildings area as industrial applications begin to curry favor with both large cities and real estate developers. This InterDigital-sponsored...
WEBINAR / Mar 2017 / 5G
A survey and analysis of service providers' trials, timelines and implementations of 5G technologies spanning across Asia, Europe and North America is the focus of the January 31st release of TIA's 5G Operator Survey Report. The report claims 5G needs to be a “chameleon” technology and industry must adapt to...
WEBINAR / Mar 2017 / IDmwc17, IoT
Fragmentation and lack of interoperability is a major concern for IoT deployments and solutions.  This discussion will be centered on practical deployments to integrate multiple transport systems and regions in the UK.  We'll focus on oneTRANSPORT in relation to the following main topics: Real problems affecting deployment of IoT by...
WEBINAR / Mar 2017 / IDmwc17, IoT
IoT is one of the most heavily discussed topics and a key theme at Mobile World Congress.  We've heard the promises of constant connectivity, intelligent devices, and access to more data for better real-time decisions.  But what's the current state of the market?  Where are we in implementing IoT into...
WEBINAR / Mar 2017 / IDmwc17, connected car
As 5G and Vehicle-to-X technologies are currently in development, self-driving and electric vehicles appearing on the road with announcements of more coming soon, the software in the car needs to replace human senses and perceptions with automated means to continuously assess, perceive and respond to risks on the road. For...
WEBINAR / Feb 2017 / IDmwc17, 5g
Looking at various research and standardization forums leading the development of 5G, such as 5G-PPP, NGMN, 3GPP, IEEE, ITU, IETF, ETSI, etc., all seem to align on the vision that the fronthaul and backhaul will converge or fuse in 5G into what is now popularly referred to as Xhaul or...
WEBINAR / Feb 2017 / 5g, mobile edge computing
MEC and other edge computing initiatives address the need to place processing and storage where appropriate, whether a central location or the network’s edge, depending on factors such as applications, traffic type, network conditions, subscriber profile, and operator’s preference.  This RCRWireless panel, sponsored by InterDigital, features a conversation revolving around...