GSA Announces a New Narrow Band Internet of Things Report
9th June 2016: Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) has published the first of a series of reports on the Evolution to Narrow Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT). The report, which will be updated quarterly, reports on the progress of NB-IoT in the 3GPP standards body and covers global trials and commercial roll out of this industry changing technology.
âNarrow Band IoT is reaching the final stages of the standardisation process that will bring a new chapter in the evolution of the mobile industry ,â said Joe Barrett, President, GSA. âWe are moving into the realm of billions of connected devices and things that will impact multiple vertical markets and change how we work and play over the next 20 years. GSA is following this technology advancement and will track and report on the deployment experiences from the broad NB-IoT ecosystem.â
The report, GSA Evolution to Narrow Band IoT, is available to download for free for registered users from the GSA web site at www.gsacom.com
Interested parties can also engage in the NB-IoT discussion via the GSA LinkedIn group at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/108418
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