How fast is 5G compared to 4G? What does URLLC and network slicing mean? All you need to know about the impact of 5G deployment on IoT devices.
Companies that need to track their assets around the world must be able to rely on fully international and 100% reliable cellular network connectivity.
With robust SIM technology (IoT SIM or eSIM), smart meters benefit from the long-term and reliable cellular connectivity they need to securely transmit data.
With the roll-out of 5G technology private cellular networks will bring next-level, secure enterprise connectivity to smart factories and more.
With 5G, the number of IoT devices that capture and transmit sensitive data grows. New IoT privacy challenges arise in the consumer and industrial spaces.
In the past, mobile operators sent updates to individual devices via SMS. But with all the different types of IoT devices, new updating methods are necessary.