The State of 5G and IoT | Current and Future Applications

5G and IoT – Emerging Tech with Endless Use Cases   As society runs rapidly into the information age new advancements in artificial intelligence, data processing, and wireless communications have given rise to the faster exchange of wireless data. With 4G speeds reaching comfortable download speeds up to 2 Gbps, expect the next jump to […]

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How Secure LTE Networks are Answering IoT Cybersecurity Challenges

IoT Cybersecurity Risks are an Ever-Growing Threat – LTE Networks are the Answer   In the faster, smaller digital age, better cybersecurity begins with smarter network solutions. For enterprise networks looking to expand their capabilities, a secure, ultra-high-speed wireless connection is just the beginning.   Cellular technology is evolving every day to meet on-the-go mobile […]

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3 Questions to Ask Before Designing a FirstNet Compatible Device

The FirstNet market is growing rapidly—from $4 million in revenues from LTE devices in the U.S. public safety sector in 2016 to $205 million in 2021, IHS Markit predicts — and it’s radically different from other IoT markets in several important ways. The network itself is operated by AT&T-FirstNet for the first responder community and […]

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How Remote Device Management Helps First Responders

Like other Internet of Things products, public safety devices connected to cellular networks require monitoring and updates to keep them current.   Because these devices are used in mission-critical situations where lives are at stake, it’s essential for first responder service providers and agencies to be able to manage devices remotely.   They’re going into […]

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How Advances In Gigabit LTE Are Improving Public Safety

When disaster strikes, mobilizing a network of first responders in a hurry saves countless lives. Natural disasters, fires and other emergency situations depend on operations grids to quickly provide supplies and resources to areas where public safety is at risk. Ultra-high-speed communication networks and Internet of Things (IoT) modules are helping first responders access information […]

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Telit Talks Industry 4.0 at IoT Solutions World Congress 2018

Recently, I attended IoT Solutions World Congress 2018 in Barcelona. I enjoyed speaking with attendees about Telit’s Industry 4.0 solutions and learning more about their greatest factory challenges. While I was there, I spoke with Industry 4.0 TV and gave them an overview of Telit and our factory solutions, including deviceWISE, Telit’s Industry 4.0 software. […]

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Want to Reap the Benefits of your Manufacturing IoT Investments? Start by Focusing on OT Integration

In any organization, operations departments have a unique set of challenges that do not align with IT priorities and the CIO’s office. Operations departments are looking for solutions that help solve certain business challenges that may or may not be solved with technology. In addition, IoT solutions are operational technologies that connect to IT systems, rather than […]

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Looking Beyond OPC Interfaces for Industrial IT/OT Convergence

Case Study: To ease Industrial IT and OT integration, look beyond OPC interfaces   When a global automobile manufacturer sought to ease the complexity and expense of maintaining and integrating PLC devices to its MES, it first looked to an OPC-based solution (Open Platform Communications). It reasoned that easing the process of adding new device […]

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Case Study: Connecting Legacy Manufacturing Assets to the IIoT

IIoT Transformation: How Telit Helped One Manufacturer Breathe New Life into Legacy Equipment   A Midwest manufacturer faced a problem familiar to many asset-intensive companies that have been in business for decades. Eager to embrace the benefits of industrial IoT, it connected its newer equipment – in this case, equipment used to make axels – […]

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What is LWM2M? A Device Management Solution for Low Power M2M

Lightweight M2M: Device Management for Low Power Devices   By the end of 2025, we can expect a staggering 75.4 billion devices to be connected to the Internet of Things (IoT), according to Statista. For business and commercial use, this means remote control (mostly mobile and cellular) and monitoring of supplies, assets, temperature, meter reading, […]

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