Tag: 4G

NTT Docomo starts the LTE race in Japan

LTE is in the news, making headlines – from reviews of the industry’s first LTE phone to our own previous blog posts on LTE in the States. It’s encouraging to follow the progress that is being made, which is also apparent further afield, namely in Japan.

Now that’s what I call a ‘smart’ car!

Since automobiles first appeared on our roads, people have been fascinated by imagining how future technology could transform them. From The Jetsons’ flying machines, through James Bond’s modified Aston Martins to Back to the Future’s time-travelling DeLorean and beyond, automobile technology has always captured the imagination. But far from the realms of science fiction, last […]

IoT

Should 2G be ‘switched off’?

I was reading earlier with interest Ewan MacLeod’s blog post on the problems facing UK mobile data users and how it is still patchy. We have been blogging for a while on the future that beckons with 4G (LTE) but at the moment, in the UK, the time has not come yet. The news that […]

The best of the blogs in Machine to Machine

As we swiftly approach the end of 2013, we thought it was timely to look back at the some of the best blogs in the Machine to Machine (M2M) space over the past year. Technology has advanced rapidly this year with some great innovations, recognitions and promise for the future. We recently just received two […]

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Why LTE is not just a sprint

With all the buzz around 4G and LTE coming to a town near you (if you live or work in the US or UK), and prior successes emanating from Norway, Japan and South Korea, we should be excited about the opportunities being made available to us with these infrastructure upgrades. However, recent research shows that […]