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Why the “what” of IoT will drive the “how” of network evolution.

Until relatively recently, networks were built for a limited range of applications. Understanding new use cases will transform the way in which networks are shaped and optimised to support novel innovations from diverse sectors such as agriculture, industry and beyond. Innovations in agriculture, for example, could shape mobile network performance demands and deployments – the ecosystem needs to align the how and the what of data connectivity.

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Telenor makes it clear – IoT value is in the enterprise. Others should take note.

Some of the hype around the IoT – including connected fridges, ovens and other outlandish applications – has in fact concealed some of the real progress and genuine value creation that has occurred in recent years. Telenor may be stating the obvious, but it’s time that attention switched from mundane applications and media-friendly use cases, and refocused on acknowledging the real progress that’s being made in industry and the enterprise.

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New regulatory models are essential for 5G success – Germany is leading the way.

5G is generally presented as transformative, but the real impact will come from URLCC. New industrial use cases are emerging which will capitalise on the capabilities this promises to deliver, but new models for spectrum access are essential for enabling the industry to capitalise on these at its own pace. Traditional players must not be an impediment to this.

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