GSMA reveals a low powered mobile IoT network for all leading mobile operators around the globe

by | Feb 22, 2019 | IoT Applications & Examples

GSMA also known as GSM Association has recently come up with a revelation and said that the LPWA, lower power wide area which is other known as mobile IoT network are currently available all around the globe in the form of licensed spectrum in all of the 49 markets.

The venture comes after 93 of the released by 50 of the different mobile operators all across NB-IoT as well as LTE-M. The network coverage, on the other hand, will most likely reach to over 93% of the entire Internet of Thing markets by the 2019 quarter 2. The GSMA intelligence forecast also suggests that in the long run there might be 3.5 billion IoT cellular connections by the end of 2025 which also includes 1.9 billion of licensed low power wide area connections.

Around 68 of the total NB-IoTs have so far launched in more than 45 markets, and 25 of the LTE-M networks have been launched so far in 19 markets as of now. These are also supported by forty-seven Open Labs which allows different organization for testing their services as well as their products before the launch.

In 2018’s fourth quarter, Europe has witnessed the launch of Portugal; NB-IoT for Altice, France and Romania; LTE-M for Orange, Norway; NB-IoT and LTE-M for the Telenor Group, Estonia; NB-IoT for Tella, France; NB-IoT for SFR, Switzerland; NB-IoT, LTE-M for Swisscom, Malta; NB-IoT for Vodafone. During the same period, Asia also saw Grameenphone, the NB-IoT in Bangladesh, LTE-M in Taiwan for Chungwa, NB-IoT for Indonesia for Telkomsel among others.

The previous data that GSMA came up within 2018 May also suggested that the global IoT market is going to be around £0.84 as far as the revenue is concerned. The growth is predicted to reach its goal by the year 2025 because of a market shift. By the year 2025, there will be over 25 billion connections for IoT in the non-cellular and cellular industry by the end of 2025.

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