The Internet of Things

In an article posted by Editor Sue Marek, FierceWireless, she writes about making LTE lighter, cheaper and slower. "The Internet of Things is often described as the connecting of everything from smartphones and tablets to cars and appliances to the cellular network so these devices can communicate with each other and improve efficiency through the automation of certain tasks. But not all those devices need the speed and throughput of LTE. In fact, many cellular operators today encourage their M2M customers to use their 2G and 3G networks for connectivity as a way to keep their costs lower and maximize the use of those networks."

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