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jbtombes
jbtombes
8/24/2016 | 4:25:28 PM
Re: NB-IoT cannot win everything.
Agree - and with the "big unknowns" mentioned at the end of the article, esp. how how orgs will be using IoT services, which apply to both NB-IoT and the other technologies as well.
Frank Rayal
Frank Rayal
8/24/2016 | 9:27:14 AM
NB-IoT cannot win everything.
The answer is complex as our analysis showed it will depend on the market, application and business model. Some technology camps will be more affected than others, but fundamentally, technology is secondary on who succeeds and fails with primary considerations given to the other factors I mentioned.
DanJones
DanJones
8/22/2016 | 1:07:15 PM
NB- IoT?
I thought this is being called LTE Cat M2 now? See: http://www.lightreading.com/mobile/4g-lte/atandt-plans-4g-iot-in-san-fran-talks-priorities/d/d-id/724712


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