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What impact will 5G have on the IoT space?

Jul 23, 2019

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Curious about how 5G is designed to provide more data, more control, and more security for Industrial IoT (IIoT) deployments that are creating the “factories of the future”?

In this IoT For All podcast, Gerardo Giaretta, senior director of product management at Qualcomm Europe, Inc. details the impacts 5G will have on IIoT, including the role of private cellular networks in supporting the unique requirements of some industry spaces due to their physical complexity and remoteness. Giaretta also shares details on some early launches that are facilitating the transition from a wired to wireless environment.

This podcast is for any developer that wants to learn more about industry 4.0 and understand how 5G and private networks will support the digital transformation of the industrial IoT space.

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