Our vision for 5G is a unified connectivity fabric that will connect virtually everything around us. 5G is rapidly evolving to meet diverse IoT requirements and use cases, and we are driving a rich roadmap of system innovations for the IoT expansion.
How 5G is expanding the Internet of Things to build a better world
Dec 15, 2020
Not only have we enhanced 5G NR to support high-performance IoT use cases like industrial IoT, we are also scaling down 5G to more efficiently support lower complexity devices. Thanks to the 5G NR flexible framework design, all existing and future 5G IoT services can seamlessly coexist, delivering on our 5G vision to support all the needs of our connected future.
NB-IoT and eMTC deliver a scalable, efficient, and cost-effective platform for connecting a wide-range of consumer and enterprise applications, across a wide range of industries, virtually anywhere 24/7. 3GPP Release 16 supports in-band deployment of these technologies with other 5G NR services.
We offer a comprehensive portfolio of Qualcomm® processors and modems for wide range of IoT applications, including the MDM9205 (LTE multimode modem supporting Cat-M1 + Cat-NB2 + E-GPRS) and the recently announced Qualcomm® 212 LTE IoT modem, world’s most power-efficient, single mode, NB2 IoT chipset.
5G NR is initially targeting enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) in 2019, but it will evolve to address a broader set of IoT devices and services.
Cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) communication supports enhanced automotive safety, and it will fuel the future of autonomous driving.
Delivering local and customized services for Industrial IoT.
Cellular is enabling safer drone deployments, and will be key for coordinated operation and control.
5G IoT Webinar
May 14, 2020
LTE IoT - Leading the World to 5G - Connecting the Internet of Things
Jun 16, 2016
LTE IoT Network Simulation
May 14, 2018
Webinar: Leading the LTE IoT Evolution to Connect the Massive Internet of Things
Jun 15, 2017
Webinar: 5G will enable massive IoT - How will LTE IoT fit into the 5G world?
May 14, 2018