Filling the 5G Gap with Long Range, Low Power Technology
We’re well into 2020, and the promises of 5G technology are continuing to lead conversations across industries. Whether it’s the hope that it’ll provide teachers and students with better access to online materials, or that it will enable understaffed hospitals to take advantage of remote surgery machines, 5G is a means to bringing connectivity to our everyday lives. The impact increased connectivity will have on society is immense, and more than 500 billion IoT devices will be connected to the internet by 2030, according to a recent Cisco report. But as 5G deployments increase, we’ll also see a rise in alternative technologies that offer flexible power and bandwidth options for IoT deployments across verticals.