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mendyk
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mendyk,
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1/10/2018 | 1:20:45 PM
Re: Wrong and twice wrong!
On the bright side, even if the MWC show floor is a bit ho-hum, the protests outside the hall should provide some excitement.
iainmorris
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iainmorris,
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1/10/2018 | 12:53:01 PM
Re: Wrong and twice wrong!
This topic is worth of a blog in itself because it surely raises big questions about the longevity of those pre-5G technologies.
DanJones
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DanJones,
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1/10/2018 | 12:38:25 PM
Re: Wrong and twice wrong!
Not in the volume that massive IoT is supposed to deliver, nope, and IoT has to be a volumes game in order to deliver revenues to operators.
iainmorris
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iainmorris,
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1/10/2018 | 12:26:30 PM
Re: No cynic! No cynic! You're the cynic!
You're right. Big corporations are never cynical.
iainmorris
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iainmorris,
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1/10/2018 | 12:25:33 PM
Re: Wrong and twice wrong!
Won't LTE-M and NB-IoT do the IoT stuff, then?
mendyk
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mendyk,
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1/10/2018 | 12:24:11 PM
No cynic! No cynic! You're the cynic!
Don't blame service providers if users exercise their prerogative to mindlessly "upgrade" to the next big thing to feel better about themselves. It's a strategy that has worked wonders for Apple.
DanJones
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DanJones,
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1/10/2018 | 11:51:36 AM
Re: Wrong and twice wrong!
Boring but necessary as a radio foundation to get to massive IoT, VR, connected whatever.
Gabriel Brown
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Gabriel Brown,
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1/10/2018 | 10:46:22 AM
Wrong and twice wrong!
New radio is boring for two reasons. The first is that is that it tells exactly the same more-bandwidth-for-your-buck story as 3G and 4G did previously -- only with less purpose. 

Wrong! The capabilties of NR and the technology within are both fascinating. And commercially very interesting.

What was your second point again?
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