5G Americas announces new report on progress towards 5G Cellular IoT
BELLEVUE, Wash., Dec. 06, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 5G Americas, the industry trade association and voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas, today announced the publication of LTE Progress Leading to the 5G Massive Internet of Things to outline the technological advancements that will support the growing markets for wearables, health care, connected vehicles, and more Internet of Things (IoT). This market is predicted to be a key business driver of the telecom industry and its upcoming next generation. IoT will require new technology requirements for its varied use cases. More recently, the industry has created the term Massive IoT (MIoT), referring to the connection for potentially tens of billions of devices and machines, that will require further definition in the standards for LTE and later for 5G.
“Some cellular service providers in the U.S. are already adding more IoT connections than mobile phone connections, and the efforts at 3GPP in defining standards for the successful deployment of a wide variety of services across multiple industries will contribute to the growing success for consumers and the enterprise,” noted Jean Au, Staff Manager, Technical Marketing, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and co-leader of 5G Americas whitepaper LTE Progress Leading to the 5G Massive Internet of Things.
Today, Low-Power Wide-Area (LPWA) is already gaining attention and it is anticipated that cellular-based technologies such as LTE-M (Machine) and Narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) will become the leading LPWA standards by 2020. Operators can choose from several Cellular IoT (CIoT) technologies based on their spectrum portfolio, legacy networks, and requirements of their offered services.
LTE-M is the commercial term for enhanced Machine-Type Communication (eMTC) LPWA technology published in the 3GPP Release 13 specification along with NB-IoT. Both technologies will continue to evolve in subsequent releases. They are supported by the vast majority of all major mobile manufacturers and can co-exist with 2G, 3G, and 4G cellular networks. As they are 3GPP-standardized and run on licensed spectrum, they offer clear advantages over non-cellular IoT technologies with technical features such as carrier-grade security.
The generic requirements for IoT are low cost, energy efficiency, ubiquitous coverage, and scalability (ability to support a large number of connected machines in a network). In the 3GPP Release 13 standard, eMTC and NB-IoT meet the generic IoT requirements: they support in-band or guard band operations; device cost and complexity are reduced; a large quantity of IoT devices can be supported in a network; and battery life is extended. 3GPP Release 14 in 2017 introduces enhanced mobility, Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE), support of higher data rates, broadcast (enhanced Multicast Downlink transmission) and improved positioning capabilities, among other innovations for CIoT.
“Whereas 4G has been driven by device proliferation, bandwidth hungry mobile services, and dynamic information access, 5G will also be driven by IoT applications,” remarked Vicki Livingston, Head of Communications, 5G Americas. “There will be a wide range of IoT use cases in the future, and the market is now expanding toward both Massive IoT deployment as well as more advanced solutions that may be categorized as Critical IoT.”
To reach massive scale, which is defined by 3GPP as at least 1 million devices per square kilometer, mobile networks must more efficiently support the simplest devices that communicate infrequently, and are ultra-energy efficient so they can deliver an extremely long ten-year battery life. The requirement would be for low-cost devices with low energy consumption and good coverage. Alternatively, Critical IoT applications will have very high demands for reliability, availability, and low latency which could be enabled by LTE or 5G capabilities. Declining modem costs, evolving LTE functionality and 5G capabilities are all expected to extend the range of applications for critical IoT deployments. However, many use cases exist between these two extremes, which today rely on 2G, 3G or 4G connectivity.
“Network connectivity is essential for the IoT and there are many wireless access technologies currently in use. However, given the wide variety of use cases, environments and requirements, no single connectivity technology or standard can adequately serve all use cases, so this is where development of multiple 3GPP cellular technology standards can cater to the future. 3GPP is keeping up with the growth of IoT to address the market demand,” confirmed Chris Pearson, President, 5G Americas.
LTE Progress Leading to the 5G Massive Internet of Things was written by co-leaders Betsy Covell, Nokia Bell Labs Senior Standards Manager and Jean Au, Staff Manager, Technical Marketing, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. as well as Vicki Livingston of 5G Americas and representatives from member companies on 5G Americas’ Board of Governors who participated in the development of this white paper. The whitepaper is available for free download.
About 5G Americas: The Voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas
5G Americas is an industry trade organization composed of leading telecommunications service providers and manufacturers. The organization’s mission is to advocate for and foster the advancement and full capabilities of LTE wireless technology and its evolution beyond to 5G, throughout the ecosystem’s networks, services, applications and wirelessly connected devices in the Americas. 5G Americas is invested in developing a connected wireless community while leading 5G development for all the Americas. 5G Americas is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington. More information is available at www.5gamericas.org.
5G Americas’ Board of Governors members include: América Móvil, AT&T, Cable & Wireless, Cisco, CommScope, Entel, Ericsson, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Intel, Kathrein, Mavenir, Nokia, Qualcomm Incorporated, Samsung, Sprint, T-Mobile US, Inc. and Telefónica.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. is a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated.
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50 Women Recognized for Their Leadership in Marketing Technology
Austin, TX — (ReleaseWire) — 12/21/2017 –MarTechExec, a rapidly growing online community for marketing technology professionals, has recognized 50 Women You Need to Know in Martech – 2018. The women will be featured in a series of articles that speak to the changing martech workplace, career advice, the biggest challenges ahead and how to increase the presence of women in the industry.
“We didn’t want this list to be comprised of the usual suspects,” Lana K. Moore, CEO and Executive Editor for MarTechExec, explained. “Instead, we wanted to expand our search to identify women who rendered a true passion for marketing and marketing technology — and who exhibited a desire to develop a community of strong, intelligent marketing executives.”
This inaugural distinction hopes to amplify the collective voice of brilliant, deserving women and reinforce support for women, in all workplaces, across all industries around the world.
Beginning in January, the Women in Martech Series will offer resources and programs intended to help anyone, woman or man, succeed in martech.
The series will feature advice, thoughts and opinions from our 50 Women You Need to Know in Martech, including:
Adele Sweetwood, Senior Vice President Global Marketing at SAS
Agata Celmerowski, Vice President Marketing at Klaviyo
Agatha Rymanowska, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Operations at Conversant
Alayne Wilinsky, Senior Product Manager at Zvelo
Aleksandra Injac, Managing Director, Programmatic Buying at Mindshare North America
Amy Fox, Head of Product at Blis
Andrea Lechner-Becker, Chief Strategy Officer at LeadMD, Six Bricks
Angela Wells, Senior Director at Oracle
Anita Brearton, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at CabinetM
Annie Eaton, Chief Executive Officer at Futurus, LLC
Asmita Singh, Vice President, Marketing and Demand Analytics at Travel Leaders Group
Brandi Starr, Chief Operating Officer and Managing Consulting at Tegrita Consulting Group
Brooke Willcox, Director of Digital Business Development at MNI Targeted Media
Cathy McPhillips, VP of Marketing at Content Marketing Institute
Daina Middelton, Chief Executive Officer (Chief Executive Officer) at Ansira
Dasha Moore, Chief Operating Officer at Solodev
Deborah Ermiger, Director, IT Employee Experience at DXC Technology
Emily Kolvitz, Consultant at Bynder
Holly Gage, Marketing Consultant at Rowland Gage
Inbal Lavi, Webpals Group Chief Executive Officer at Webpals
Inecke Snyder-Lourens, Director of Professional Services at Cognifide
Jennifer Kyriakakis, Founder and Vice President of Marketing at MATRIXX
Jennifer Renaud, Global Marketing Lead & Chief Marketing Officer for Oracle Marketing Cloud at Oracle
Jennifer Shambroom, Chief Marketing Officer at YouAppi
Jessica Bicknell, Senior Vice President Business Development at Semcasting
Julie Fleischer, Vice President, Product Marketing, Marketing Solutions at Neustar
Kate O’Loughlin, Chief Operating Officer, North America at SuperAwesome
Kellie Sakey, Vice President of Advertising at Unified
Kelly Jo Sands, Executive Vice President of Marketing Technology and Data Services at Ansira
Kerry Bianchi, President & Chief Executive Officer at Visto
Kim Howard, Marketing Manager at SuiteRetail
Lana K. Moore, Chief Executive Officer and Founder at MarTechExec
Larissa Murillo, Head of Marketing at MarketGoo
Laura Patterson, President at VisionEdge Marketing, Inc.
Leah Pope, Chief Marketing Officer at Datorama
Lisa Henderson, Chief Client Officer, Technology Practice, Epsilon at Epsilon
Lou Donnelly-Davey, Chief Marketing Officer at TracPlus
Maribeth Ross, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Monetate
Mary Ellen Dugan, Chief Marketing Officer at WP Engine
Meg Ryan, Vice President, Marketing Strategy at Atlanta Hawks & Philips Arena
Megan Lueders, Vice President of Marketing at Zenoss
Michel Feaster, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder at Usermind
Michele Eggers, Senior Director, Customer Intelligence Product Management at SAS
Michelle Brammer, Director of Marketing at eZanga
Michelle Kim, Vice President, Marketing at Amplitude
Molly Schweickert, Head of Digital at Cambridge Analytica
Nadjya Ghausi, Vice President of Marketing at Prezi
Seeta Hariharan, General Manager and Group Head at Tata Consultancy Services Digital Software & Solutions Group
Sheryl Schultz, Founder & President, COO at CabinetM
Stacy Taylor, Director of Digital Marketing at Carousel Industries
Stefanie Grieser, Head of Partnerships, Events & Global Markets at Unbounce
Valerie Vallancourt, Vice President of Marketing at Outsell
To see what the Women You Need to Know in Martech have to say, check out 50 Women You Need to Know in Martech: 2018.
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NXP and Baidu Partner on Apollo Open Autonomous Driving Platform
- NXP joins Baidu’s Apollo, a leading open autonomous driving platform
- NXP to provide millimeter wave radar, V2X, security and smart connectivity
- Partners to leverage NXP BlueBox development platform for low-power, high performance and functional safety benefits
SHANGHAI, China, Dec. 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NXP Semiconductors (NASDAQ:NXPI), the world’s largest automotive semiconductor supplier and Baidu, Inc. (NASDAQ:BIDU), the leading Chinese language search provider today announced a cooperation in autonomous driving. Under the terms of the agreement, NXP will join Baidu’s open autonomous driving platform, Apollo, and provide semiconductor products and solutions including millimeter wave radar, V2X, security, smart connectivity and in-vehicle experience technologies.
First announced in April 2017, Apollo is Baidu’s open autonomous driving platform which provides a comprehensive, secure and reliable all-in-one solution supporting all major features and functions of an autonomous vehicle. Baidu refers to Apollo as the Android of the autonomous driving industry, but more open and more powerful, allowing partners to go from zero to one and quickly assemble their own autonomous vehicles and start their product R&D. Apollo has now attracted over 70 global partners.
Details of the collaboration include:
- NXP will provide semiconductor products and solutions for autonomous driving, millimeter wave radar, V2X, security, smart connectivity and in-vehicle experiences
- Companies will leverage the NXP BlueBox development platform’s low energy consumption, high-performance and functional safety benefits
- NXP and Baidu will collaborate on sensor integration and high-performance processors for deep learning networks
- Baidu’s conversational in-car system, DuerOS for Apollo, will incorporate NXP infotainment solutions for faster time to market and enhanced performance
“The automobile industry in China continues to advance at an amazing pace,” noted Kurt Sievers, executive vice president and general manager of NXP’s automotive business. “NXP is proud to collaborate with Baidu on the success of Apollo platform. We believe that NXP and Baidu have incalculable synergies to bring to the new automotive revolution.”
Li Zhenyu, general manager of Baidu’s Intelligent Driving Group, said, “The collaboration with NXP is a significant step toward the application of Baidu’s autonomous driving and connected car technologies. NXP’s entry into the Apollo platform will inject momentum into our intelligent and autonomous vehicle ecosystem, creating benefits for the intelligent vehicle industry in China and the world.”
NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ:NXPI) enables secure connections and infrastructure for a smarter world, advancing solutions that make lives easier, better and safer. As the world leader in secure connectivity solutions for embedded applications, NXP is driving innovation in the secure connected vehicle, end-to-end security & privacy and smart connected solutions markets. Built on more than 60 years of combined experience and expertise, the company has 31,000 employees in more than 33 countries and posted revenue of $9.5 billion in 2016. Find out more at www.nxp.com
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WhereverTV Latino Launches on Google Chromecast
FORT MYERS, Fla., Dec. 20, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WhereverTV Broadcasting Corp. (OTCQB:TVTV), which delivers Over the Top (OTT) subscription television services to a variety of devices including smartphones, TabletPCs, streaming media players, computers and connected TVs and announced today that WhereverTV Latino, a wholly-owned division of WhereverTV and Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) announced their alliance through Google’s Chromecast Division. WhereverTV Latino launches their OTT platform with Google being our first live-linear streaming partner in Latin America.
Google Chromecast Latin America and WhereverTV Latinos’ new marketing alliance starts on December 21, 2017 with distribution in Mexico and will be offered nationwide through 200 retail stores that include Best Buy, Coppel, Liverpool, Radio Shack & Sears.
“WhereverTV Latino is the future in today’s Latin American television markets. We can offer outstanding entertainment options and provide a variety of content and ground-breaking reality-based programming for WhereverTV Latino subscribers,” says Edward D. Ciofani, CEO WhereverTV. Ciofani continues, “I’m incredibly excited to be launching our OTT platform throughout Latin America with Google Chromecast and this marketing alliance. WhereverTV Latino is proud to have this relationship with an organization that is so unique and forward-thinking.”
Jack Feldman, Director of Latin American Affairs, WhereverTV Latino said, “I am very excited with this alliance between Google Chromecast and WhereverTV Latino. Our goal is to give Google users an enriched viewing experience with the best content available in Latin America as well as the unique opportunity of choosing only the content they want to see.”
Rodrigo Castuera, Director of Strategic Alliances, Google Chromecast division for Latin America, said, “The Alliance between Chromecast and WhereverTV Latino will allow the users to enjoy and experience a variety of content on their TV with their Chromecast devices.”
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About WhereverTV Broadcasting Corporation (Symbol: TVTV)
Founded in 2007, WhereverTV is the next generation subscription television service providing consumers with live-streaming, genre-specific, and in-language viewing choices from around the world, delivered to anywhere in the world, and through any internet enabled device. Programming is identical to existing broadcast and distribution providers with the only differences being that the broadcast signals are accessed through the internet via an over the top (OTT) platform, and channel management is handled by company’s patented Interactive Program Guide (IPG) technology. WhereverTV provides an economically beneficial and completely versatile alternative to traditional cable and satellite services, with the added benefits of personalization and portability. Also known as Internet TV, WhereverTV delivers these same channels, shows and events to SmartTVs and digital media receivers including: GoogleTV, AppleTV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Droid Smartphone, and TabletPCs. The WhereverTV platform enables subscribers to access licensed and free-to-air content across these devices with the IPG across unlimited geographies, and wherever there is internet connectivity. The customer viewing experiences are based on customer location (geo-targeting) and content-rights management (subscriptions). Current in-language subscription offerings include Arabic TV, French TV, Italian TV, and Moroccan TV. Current genre specific subscriptions include NEWS channels, faith based channels and more. Apps are presently available for free in App Stores for iOS (Apple), Android and Amazon Fire TV devices. DVR functionality to record your shows and view later is presently in the works. Licensed US TV content subscriptions will be available in 2017. Please visit: www.wherever.tv, for more info.
WhereverTV Latino founded in 2016, a Mexican Register company, is a family entertainment Over the Top (OTT) platform in which you can enjoy live-streaming TV channels wherever you are and on any device. For further information visit: whereverlatino.tv
This news release contains forward-looking statements, which may not be based on historical facts. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results events or developments to be materially different from any future results, events or developments expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. These factors should be considered carefully and readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements. Except as required by applicable securities laws, the Company disclaims any obligation to update any such factors or to publicly announce the results of any revisions to any of the forward-looking statements contained herein to reflect future results, events or developments.
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