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Comprehensive interpretation of NB-IoT
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In addition, after the first batch of chips is available at the end of September, Huawei will also provide the first batch of commercial modules in cooperation with Ublox and China Mobile. The commercial modules will be released in mid-to-late or late October. The amount provided in the first batch is not large, and the large-scale commercial use will be started early next year.

 

In addition to chips, Huawei's layout in the NB-IoT field is full-coverage.

 

At this year's World Mobile Games IoT Summit, Huawei officially released an end-to-end NB-IoT solution for the world, which includes: Intelligent terminal solutions enabled by Huawei Lite OS and NB-IoT chips, and smoothly evolved to NB- IoT eNodeB base station, IoT Packet Core that can support flexible deployment of Core in a Box or NFV slice, IoT connection management platform based on cloud architecture and big data capability, etc., meet the low power consumption and wide area coverage of carrier IoT service. Core requirements.

 

In addition, at the second China NB-IoT Industry Alliance Summit held last month, Xu Haiping, Huawei’s NB-IoT project leader, expressed that Huawei’s open laboratory will be better developed for NB-IoT. End-to-end business services. "Since this year, Huawei has established seven open laboratories around the world, and now it has opened two, one is Vodafone and the other is Huawei's Institute of Research. The open lab is mainly to build a complete set of end-to-end NB-IoT. Environment, to provide NB-IoT chips and modules, and with some closely related partners to do end-to-end docking, including chip module integration, back-end connection management platform, business server docking, etc.. Vodafone's open The laboratories are mainly targeted at European partners. Shanghai's laboratories are mainly aimed at China, and an open lab will be established in South Korea in September. Italy and other countries will also advance.

 

2. Qualcomm

Qualcomm believes that in the next five years, from the perspective of the Internet of things, LTE is still the basis for development. The NB-IoT introduced under 3GPP Release 13 will continue to evolve with the development of 3GPP. The low-cost and low power consumption required for the large-scale Internet of Things (Massive IoT) will rely on LTE NB-IoT technology to promote the cellular connection. Its development lays the foundation for the development of 5G technology for the Internet of Things.