5G redcap and private networks making strides in IoT connectivity, reports suggest

24th August 2023
Kristian McCann

Telenor IoT, an eminent purveyor of IoT solutions, has unveiled the fourth iteration of the Connectivity Technologies Report. This all-encompassing dossier, a collaborative effort with Accenture, extends a valuable panoramic view of the current IoT technologies to enterprises, facilitating their sagacious choices when embarking on IoT solution implementations.

In a time of rapid digital metamorphosis, enterprises are progressively realising the pivotal role played by IoT in propelling innovation and streamlining operations. However, the task of cherry-picking the apt connectivity technology for their distinct use cases can be a formidable undertaking. The Connectivity Technologies Report proffers a remedy by endowing enterprises with a systematic approach for dissecting their technical, commercial, and ecosystem-centric prerequisites.

Martin Whitlock, the Chief Technical Officer of Telenor IoT, voices his enthusiasm, stating: "We are thrilled to present the freshest edition of our Connectivity Technologies Report, an illuminating beacon for enterprises navigating the swiftly evolving realm of IoT connectivity technologies. Through our synergy with Accenture, we have amalgamated our proficiency to yield an exhaustive resource, empowering enterprises to cherry-pick the most befitting IoT connectivity technologies for their deployments."

The report embarks on an odyssey through an expansive array of IoT connectivity technologies, encompassing conventional cellular technologies like 2G, 3G, and the bleeding-edge advancements of 5G. It also embarks on an exploration of low-power wide-area technologies such as LoRa and NB-IoT, now ripe with maturity and scalability for extensive and far-flung deployments. Furthermore, the dossier plumbs the depths of technologies like LTE-M, Wi-Fi, and private networks, accentuating their virtues and ideal domains of application.

Accenture's Communications industry group's Managing Director, Bengt Nordström, adds his perspective, stating: "In the face of burgeoning connectivity alternatives for IoT services, the acumen to distinguish those best tailored for the use cases and solutions on the roadmap has become more critical than ever. This discernment empowers enterprises to make judicious choices and derive maximum gains from their investments."

Nestled within the folds of the Connectivity Technologies Report are illustrative case studies and real-world instances spanning diverse sectors, from automobile to industrial manufacturing and utilities. These instances vividly portray the myriad ways distinct technologies can be harnessed to cater to specific exigencies.

Venturing into the report's troves, enterprises are bestowed with a trove of wisdom to shepherd their decisions regarding IoT deployments.

As the landscape of IoT continues to metamorphose, enterprises find solace in the companionship of a dependable ally, essential for steering through complexities and seizing opportunities. Bolstered by Telenor IoT's profound industry savoir-faire and an expansive suite of IoT solutions, enterprises can confidently embrace IoT technologies and unleash their boundless potential.

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