The GSMA says that mobile IoT networks based on NB-IoT and LTE-M standards play a significant role in delivering the massive IoT applications promised by 5G.
Whereas 5G networks offer high capacity and low latency When connecting devices on an industrial scale, WANs (Low Power Wide Area Networks) are indispensable for connecting equipment in remote areas that require low data rates and long battery life.
These include environmental sensors and smart utility meters  Mobile IoT
The latest report from the mobile industry claims that 24 mobile operators, including Deutsche Telekom, Orange and Vodafone, have launched 48 mobile IoT networks and 3GPP both standards will be included as part of 5G in June.
While people often associate 5G with high-speed mobile broadband speeds, it will also serve a variety of use cases that often have diametrically opposed requirements such as low data rates and long battery life. The case of Mobile IoT, "commented Alex Sinclair, GSMA's Chief Technology Officer
"Licensed NB-IoT and LTE-M networks are already delivering reliable connectivity to millions of devices around the world, and these networks will continue to be a fundamental part of our 5G future, which is an era of massive IoT initiates. Of course, the GSMA has a personal interest in. Mobile networks are just one of several competing technologies that want to connect the Internet of Things with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and proprietary systems like SIGFOX.
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