IoT Solutions for Mobile Devices Launched at MWC in Shanghai

by July 1, 2016 0 comments

Huawei has launched its end-to-end Narrow-band IoT (NB-IoT) solution to help global operators expand their IoT services into new markets at Internet of Things (IoT) Summit during Mobile World Congress Shanghai (MWC Shanghai) 2016.

Huawei plans to conduct a large commercial trial in the fourth quarter of this year and release the solution for large-scale commercial use in late December of 2016.

The end-to-end NB-IoT Solution includes: Smart Device Solution enabled by Huawei LiteOS and NB-IoT Chipset; eNodeB base stations that can smoothly evolve to NB-IoT; the IoT Packet Core that supports flexible deployment of Core in a Boxand network functions virtualization (NFV); and a cloud-based IoT Connection Management Platform with big data capabilities.

This solution is designed to meet operators’ requirements for IoT services with low-power and wide-area (LPWA) coverage. Developed based on 3GPP standards, the solution underpins flexible networking under various industry and use scenarios. In addition, the solution’s devices and platform can be made easily accessible to NB-IoT device and application partners, which makes it possible to rapidly achieve business innovation and scenario-based customization.

“The number of cellular IoT connections worldwide will grow seven-fold over the next three to four years. NB-IoT will be a key driver for this trend – it will also be one of the key untapped markets for operators,” said Jiang Wangcheng, Vice President of the Marketing & Solutions Department, Huawei Products and Solutions division. “In 2015, Huawei launched the ‘1+2+1’ IoT ICT Strategy.



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