Low-power IoT - just a care home for GPRS?

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At this Connected Devices online SIG event we discussed how micro-powered, energy-harvesting IoT devices are going to communicate over the next decade. 

One significant operator, Japan's DoCoMo, has just killed off their NB-IoT data service, probably because the business model of $1 per device per year didn't make sense. NB-IoT was going to replace the old, simple, low-powered 2G/GPRS services that many operators are retiring. Which leaves a bit of a gap, as 4G technology is a lot more power-hungry and complex, and 5G is only going to continue that trend.

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The session was chaired by Nick Hunn, from WiFore Consulting and CW Connected Devices SIG Champion.

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