Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) Market Witness Highest Growth In Near Future …

Key Companies Covered : Ericsson, Vodafone, Telstra, Sierra Wireless, PureSoftware, Sequans Communications, Orange, T-Mobile, Telus, MediaTek …

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Key Companies Covered : Ericsson, Vodafone, Telstra, Sierra Wireless, PureSoftware, Sequans Communications, Orange, T-Mobile, Telus, MediaTek, Athonet, NetNumber, Telensa, Actility, Link Labs

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Most Important Types : NB-IoT, LTE-M

Most Important Application : Manufacturing, Energy and Utilities, Transportation and Logistics, Healthcare, Agriculture

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Global Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) Market Size, Status and Forecast 2019 – 2024

1 Market Overview

2 Manufacturers Profiles

3 Global Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) Sales, Revenue, Market Share and Competition by Manufacturer

4 Global Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) Market Analysis by Regions

5 North America Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) by Countries

6 Europe Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) by Countries

7 Asia-Pacific Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) by Countries

8 South America Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) by Countries

9 Middle East and Africa Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) by Countries

10 Global Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) Market Segment by Type

11 Global Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) Market Segment by Application

12 Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Internet of Things (IoT) Market Forecast

13 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers

14 Research Findings and Conclusion

15 Appendixes

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Telco turns on Mackay’s 5G connection

Telstra officially launched its 5G coverage in Mackay today as part of its rollout of the technology across Australia. Telstra regional general manager …

MACKAY will be among the first cities in Australia and the world to turn on 5G.

Telstra officially launched its 5G coverage in Mackay today as part of its rollout of the technology across Australia.

Telstra regional general manager Rachel Cliffe said 35 major and regional cities across the country would be connected to the network by the end of June.

The company said the 5G Network was the next generation of mobile communication technology, which offered faster data and greater connectivity to its 3G and 4G predecessors.

“5G will also help deliver everything from smart cities and smart homes, remote diagnosis, to drones and driverless cars, to augmented reality in both entertainment and at work,” the company statement said.

Brisbane, Bundaberg, Cairns, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Rockhampton, Toowoomba and Townsville are the other Queensland locations where 5G is being rolled out.

The technology has attracted polarised opinions after claims surfaced it posed a risk to people’s health.

Mackay will be among the first cities in Australia and the world to turn on 5G. The purple on the map indicates the current 5G coverage provided by Telstra.
Mackay will be among the first cities in Australia and the world to turn on 5G. The purple on the map indicates the current 5G coverage provided by Telstra.

A change.org petition calling for the Mackay Regional Council to stop the rollout has garnered 243 signatures.

Ms Cliffe said the network met the same safety requirements as Telstra’s 3G and 4G networks.

“It has to pass all the Wold Heath Organisation parameters before it can be switched on,” she said.

5G coverage in Mackay is available in Glenella, Mackay, South Mackay, North Mackay and parts of Andergrove, Ooralea, Glenella and Erakala.

The coverage was expected to expand across the region as more stations were set up later this year, Ms Cliffe said.

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Where to get the Samsung Galaxy S20

We assume that as it uses the Telstra 4G/5G network that 5G reception will be available on those plans (if you can get 5G!) although it may incur an …

Well, I know where to get the Samsung Galaxy S20. I will beshopping at Woolworths and picking up a cool $250 discount as well as thumbing mynose at the expensive Telcos by talking a fantastic Woolworths Mobile Plan.

Woolworths has gazumped Tel$tra, Optus and Vodafone with the best deal so far. But in case you want to know where to get the Samsung Galaxy S20 we have summarised the deals. Pre-orders are from today and shipping is from 6 March. All outlets offer the bonus Galaxy Buds+ (RRP $299)

Where to get the Samsung Galaxy S20

First, read our announcement here. It is a pretty special phone!

Samsung or approved retailers

If you want to buy outright there is no better place than Samsung online or its stores. It also operates a trade-in program. It has approved retailers including JB H-Fi, The Good Guys, Bing Lee, Officeworks and Harvey Norman.

DO NOT BUY FROM A NON-APPROVED SOURCE AS YOU WILL NOT GET AUSTRALIAN CERTIFIED PRODUCT.eSIM means the IMEI is pre-registered with a Telco.

WoolworthsMobile

$250 off any Samsung Galaxy S20 phone plan with the S20+ and S20 Ultra 5G. Plus as a Woolworths Rewards member, you get 10% off a monthly Woolies shop! Details are here.

Where to get the Samsung Galaxy S20

No catch – it’s a handset payment plan spread over 24 or 36months and you need to take out a Woolworths voice/data plan with 5, 20, 40 or60GB. It has an unused data rollover as well.

Woolworths is offering this discount on 4G or 5G handsets. We assume that as it uses the Telstra 4G/5G network that 5G reception will be available on those plans (if you can get 5G!) although it may incur an extra cost (See Telstra below)

OPTUS

Bonus Galaxy Buds+ Details here.

S20 5G $85.06 per month for 36 months (includes $49/mth plan+ $36.06 handset repayment) with 60GB of included monthly data (min. total cost$3,062.16 over 36 months including device credits).

S20+ 128 5G $89.24 per month for 36months (includes $49/mth plan + $40.24 handsetrepayment) with 60GB of included monthly data (min. totalcost $3,212.64 over 36 months including device credits).

S20 Ultra 128 5G $104.52 per month for 36months (includes $49/mth plan + $55.52 handsetrepayment) with 60GB of included monthly data (min. totalcost $3,762.72 over 36 months).

Where to get the Samsung Galaxy S20

The Optus $49 per month plan includes

  • Unlimitedstandard national talk and text (to standard Australian mobiles and landlines,13/1300 numbers and voicemail, & standard national SMS and MMS)
  • Unlimitedinternational calls and messages to 35 selected destinations
  • 60GBof monthly data which can share between eligible Optus mobile plans on the samebill with Optus DataPool
  • Accessto Optus Sport – The home of elite European football provides customers withlive and on-demand content, along with expert analysis and highlights. Catchall the action as it happens with every Premier League and UEFA ChampionsLeague match live, plus also catch the UEFA Nations League, UEFA Europa Leagueand European Qualifiers.

You can also select $59/200GB and $79/240GB plans as well ashandset repayments over 12/24/36 months. Optus 5G coverage is minimal at present.

Optus also offer trade-ins. Disclaimer: 5G is where available – otherwise its 4G.

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Technology And Society: Can Marketing Save The World?

Few administrations and a handful of companies are charting the road of post-quantum encryption. The U.S. is one of those. The National Institute of …

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In 1991, Stuart Haber and Scott Stornetta worked to develop uncrackable encrypted stacks of blocks, creating a database nobody could tamper with. At that time, they likely could not have imagined this technology would become the foundation of blockchain. Blockchain was born after Satoshi Nakamoto’s paper in 2008 about cryptocurrency that unraveled the many more applications this technology could have.

The foremost practical benefit of blockchain, in any application, is that of taking away reliability from humans and putting it into machines. It is the ultimate automated trust it generates through an uncrackable system of collaborating computers that creates encrypted blocks that guarantee the security and authenticity of any transaction or interaction, avoiding data bridges and human intermediation

In the last 10 years, we’ve seen the birth of several initiatives and organizations that are attempting to make the most out of this technology. It seems we are on the verge of a revolution that will change our lives in much the same way personal computers did throughout the last 30 years.

While it seems clear the value this technology may bring, we tend to forget that most technologies used today are data-driven, running over binary systems. Blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT), industry 4.0, autonomous vehicles and most of the amazing achievements of the last 50 years are based on this type of computing. What would happen if these types of binary systems became obsolete?

Change Is The Only Constant

With the technology we have today, cracking current encryptions that guarantee cryptocurrency security through blockchain is not an easy feat. That is what makes blockchain a safe place to authenticate transactions. But what if a new type of computer could do it in just minutes? What’s known as a quantum computer is already used by companies like Google and IBM.

Suddenly, blockchain, the technology that was supposed to change the future, becomes obsolete, and with it, most attempts to be its early adopters. Few administrations and a handful of companies are charting the road of post-quantum encryption. The U.S. is one of those. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has already identified 26 algorithms that could become the standard to protect information today and tomorrow.

But there is no reason for panic. As Ian Kahn mentions in his acclaimed “Blockchain City” documentary, “Tomorrow is not here yet,” and it seems, as he also reminds, that our tomorrow is made of the only constant there is: change. Through constant change, evolution is happening at an accelerating pace, giving us little time to adapt and transforming governments, organizations, companies and consumers all into forced early adopters.

While quantum computers may seem a giant bridge, it is no different than all the other technologies we are benefiting from and do not realize we are using. As consumers, we do not understand internet protocols, and yet, we buy online every day. With quantum technology, it will happen the same: We may not understand it, but we will still run applications that will reap the benefits of this giant disruption that will boost innovation in a way we cannot even imagine.

I believe quantum computers are the new giant leap by humankind that will boost our capacity to understand, learn and build. With them, we will be able to open the doors to unimaginable discoveries and possibilities that will likely make us look like aliens on our own planet. This is the power that is being unleashed for which we will have to work on defining a purpose beyond profits and power, securing its use for the benefit of all. Dreamers will no longer exist the way we know them today.

Innovation Must Have A Greater Purpose

After many years doing marketing for companies of all sorts and sizes on three different continents, I came to the conclusion that focusing on technological innovation only could be a fatal — or at least dangerous — mistake. Marketing is one of the industries that has embraced and adapted to these new technologies at a really fast pace. However, having the power unleashed through technology is not enough if you don’t have a clear aim, and that aim cannot be only profits.

Technology, in most cases, increases efficiency. In essence, we achieve the same results, but faster, safer, in a cleaner way, with fewer resources. Take marketing, for instance: Social media, digital environments and IoT are all techniques marketing is using to the benefit of businesses’ profit and loss. Yet, these technological innovations are obtaining the very same results, though more efficiently, than our old, traditional, nondigital media: reach and segmentation.

I believe society is clamoring for a different impact. Innovation in technology is not enough. We need to innovate in management models that can guarantee, through the use and development of new technologies, that the impacts we generate are different. We need a broader base of prosperity that generates larger social equity and improves our environment.

Richard Branson has stated, “The brands that will thrive in the coming years are the ones that have a purpose beyond profit.” The future is now, and companies need to use technologies, products and services that allow them to go beyond, but never forgetting, profits.

Looking To Marketing As A Model To Follow

Marketing is the leverage that can serve as a bridge between corporations and society at large, launching profitable projects that also have social and environmental impacts. Marketing can also make consumers understand that they have the collective power, fostered by individual behavior, to demand those kinds of projects while accepting that companies make money along the way. It’s not bad to make money while helping others and the environment, and it is necessary to make those improvements sustainable.

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2019: Recap On Tech Updates That Made Headlines

The year began with major announcements in big data analytics and growth, such as making use of big data in banking and analysis on how it would …

The phenomenon of year end blues is a real thing and psychology accounts for it. A rush of winter breeze, bunch of holidays, family visits and decoration would be contributors to lightening your mood but sometimes, the opposite happens.

Psychology reasons this with factors such as less sunlight, fear of ending the year and missing things or people that aren’t around anymore. Taking cue from this, your workplace could also be experiencing a gloom with most of your co-workers on leave and the slow pace of work affecting your productivity.

What do you do when you find yourself heading towards blues? You recall every good thing that happened in the year.

Here is all the ‘Good News’ IT sector gave us in 2019:

Big data finds Kubernetes

What most IT experts express as an extremely valuable asset in the IT sector, Big Data doesn’t disappoint. The year began with major announcements in big data analytics and growth, such as making use of big data in banking and analysis on how it would change the IT industry.

Big companies such as Google Cloud and SalesForce acquired companies for data analytics and visualisation shows the growing need for managing Big data.

Development in terms of technology indicates that the application of big data across cloud systems was joined by the use of Kubernetes. Originally designed by Google, kubernetes is an open source container- orchestration system that automates the deployment of applications. It has been of tremendous help to data engineering teams for micro services.

Read more: Why Organizations Want A Kubernetes-Based Container Service For Cloud

Stronger momentum in AI growth

Artificial Intelligence and machine learning have stolen maximum limelight in 2019. There have been so many new AI excellence centres and AI courses being set up across the globe and especially in India. Facial recognition systems, AI based monitoring tools, automation and the move on firms to AI based systems, are some of the major events that outshined in 2019.

Few examples:

  • The Indian police has turned to AI based facial recognition in catching criminals and finding missing children.
  • Uber, Ola, Swiggy have also used AI based tools to understand customer preferences and monitors rides/ delivery.
  • A lot of organisations have automated their regular tasks with AI such as filtering applications. There has been a lot of development in the automated vehicle industry which used machine learning and AI to gather data for response.

This only highlights AI’s deliberation at reaching a revenue of $118.6 billion by 2025 as reports predicted.

Companies investing in IoT like never before

In the words of Jared Newman- “And just like any company that blissfully ignored the Internet at the turn of the century, the ones that dismiss the Internet of Things risk getting left behind.” 2019, however, has been a year where companies have actively indulged in bringing IoT into their workspace and developing more on that base.

  • Microsoft announced its acquisition of Express Logic that provides real time operating system called ThreadX. They have done this with the expectation of increasing their IoT device coverage which includes highly constrained devices.
  • SAP launches their Leonardo IoT platform which easily combines IoT data with data from business processes. This is remarkably good for organisations that are headed towards digital transformation.
  • Cisco, is another high profile company that has placed trust and effort in IoT development with its plan of acquiring Sentryo to improve device visibility and security of their control systems. They also revealed that they will be moving to edge based networks in this year.

The character arc of IoT will be shaping better for the coming year with companies taking interest in it like never before.

Read more: Data, Automation, IoT Will Enable Virtual Societies In 2020: Report

Laws for data privacy on the way

It has been a rather difficult year for companies that store highly sensitive user data such as Facebook, Google, WhatsApp, Twitter, etc. Along with major breaches on social media, even medical and government organisations have been vulnerable to cyber attacks and loss of data.

Read more: 7 High Profile Data Breaches That Shook 2019

2019 has pushed the need for a data protection bill aggressively. Indian government manages to bring a cabinet nod for the Personal Data Protection Bill which is being challenged in the parliament currently. The bill works towards the privacy of data of individuals and sets a framework on how organisations will be allowed to access their data.

Once passed, this bill would define what qualifies as a breach and action that will be taken against it. That’s fantastic news for citizens!

In conclusion…

What has proved to be a start of new developments in 2019 gives a base for 2020 to grow upon. The enthusiastic exploration of Data, AI and ML will fast track digital transformation for companies and regular lifestyles alike. The interest and investment of companies in certain technologies like IoT and automation can create a stronger connection for devices and also human beings. Lastly, with so many emerging technologies and their vast capabilities, legal framework of privacy laws will keep in check the sanctity of the society.


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