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The self-powered Interent of Things is starting up June 24, 2014  The self-powered Interent of Things is starting up Matthias Poppel, chief operating officer for EnOcean GmbH, says energy-harvesting with sensors for the Internet of Things is already being deployed for predictive maintenance. Read more Are more wireless standards needed for M2M? April 24, 2014 Are more wireless standards needed for M2M? Matthias Poppel, chief operating officer for EnOcean GmbH, reckons established wireless protocols can gain traction in machine-to-machine communications but only if they are open to the requirements of applications. Read more Five key challenges to improving LTE network backhaul speed - and how to solve them February 10, 2014 Five key challenges to improving LTE network backhaul speed - and how to solve them The move to LTE brings great improvements in connection speeds (30 Mbps typical) but it also brings a costly problem with it; the need to greatly uprate mobile network backhaul speeds. Today’s average backhaul capacity is 35 Mbps per cell and this needs to increase to approximately 1 Gbps per cell in ... Read more MediaTek targets under-$50 wearable devices February 03, 2014 MediaTek targets under-$50 wearable devices MediaTek is quietly going after the emerging market of under-$50 wearable devices. The company's new "all-in-one" SoC, called Aster, is sampling now only to a select group of customers. Read more Carriers to embrace the Wi-Fi opportunity in 2014 December 18, 2013 Carriers to embrace the Wi-Fi opportunity in 2014 Throughout 2013 we have seen further adoption of Wi-Fi by mobile operators, as carriers look to ease congestion on their networks and provide customers with the best possible experience. Read more
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