As the global IoT industry gains traction, IoT has become a strategic basic business for telecom carriers. IoT-based smart cities will be the largest market for global carriers to grow their IoT business. Huawei's global IoT cloud services and Glocal ecosystem will help carriers quickly access and deploy IoT services, and accelerate their business success in IoT
Enables more IoT connections to be established on operators' networks
Cooperates with global suppliers for the formation of local ecosystems
Facilitates operators in IoT service oriented transformation and data monetization
The security of the Internet of Things (IoT) is critical, given the potential damage hackers can cause by hijacking huge numbers of networked objects and creating zombie botnets. Yet, awareness of enterprise IoT security is generally very poor. In fact, IoT products from many companies have zero security protocols.
At Mobile World Congress Shanghai, IoT security was a recurrent theme. Writing in Mobile World Live, Joseph Waring reported that “A group of more than a dozen mobile operators from around the world committed to implementing the GSMA IoT Security Guidelines, which outline best practice and recommendations for security covering the entire IoT ecosystem.”
The Internet of Things (IoT) is developing rapidly in recent years. In every industry, new use cases are springing up by the day. A new era of massive numbers of connections has arrived, one where all things are connected.
Dominique Bonte, Vice President from ABI Research, interviewed by Mr. Wangcheng Jiang, IoT Marketing and Solution President from Huawei, talks about the importance of the platform and NB-IoT technology on Smart City programs, and also shares the view on ecosystem-building during MWC 2018.
The rapid development of the Internet has led to the "connectivity of everything", which is gaining momentum as a popular social development trend. The progress achieved in both technological and application fronts is the central focus of all industries. In recent years, smart home and intelligent government administration have been realized with the help of IoT.
Orange’s latest IoT technology (NB-IoT) has been rolled out in all of Belgium. Huawei has helped integrate IoT in the Orange network. Discover in this inspiring video how Orange, Huawei and their local partners Innovco shape NB-IoT & LTE-M in Belgium.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is comprised of billions of connected devices and is becoming part of our everyday life. The changing service environment brings new security threats and challenges to various industries. The 3T+1M security architecture focuses on the security features of the device, pipe (network), cloud, and platform to address security threats and gets continued evolution and technological innovations for different industries. This architecture builds security in innovation and meets diverse security requirements in evolution.
NB-IOT overcomes the above defects, with all the advantages like wide area ubiquitous coverage, fast upgrade of existing network, low-power consumption guaranteeing 10 year battery life, high coupling,low cost terminal, plug and play, high reliability and high carrier-class network security, unified business platform management.
Existing smart gas meters are helping natural gas suppliers address some of the challenges they face. However, many problems remain unsolved. Data transmission is unstable, power consumption is too high, and the metering success rate is too low. Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) technology can provide security, wide coverage, massive connectivity, low power consumption, all at a low cost. It is an ideal solution to the preceding problems and is well equipped to meet natural gas customers' development requirements.