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How Intel is laying the IoT foundation with 5G

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Assuming the Internet of Things develops as expected, IoT sensors and other connected devices will soon be sending far more information than current data networks can handle.

The solution? Many point to 5G networks. As we detailed in a recent post, 5G technology promises high speeds, low latency and full support for low-bitrate devices and sensors. These are features your clients’ IoT implementations will need.

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Public cloud, remote work both growing fast: reports

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RSA conference focuses tech industry on cybersecurity

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5G: vital link for the Internet of Things

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The era of 5G mobile data is about to begin.

Some 50 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices are estimated to be coming online over the next 5 to 10 years. To serve them, faster, more efficient communication will be needed, too.

Key to full-scale IoT are high speeds, low latency and full support for low-bitrate devices and sensors. 5G technology promises all that — and more.

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Despite security issues, IT pros trust the cloud: survey

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Intel says the future is all about data

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Windows 10 Creators Update: here’s what’s coming

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Lenovo adds mobile workstations for engineers, designers

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Intel adds 4 updates to Unite collaboration solution

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Lenovo’s new low-cost Android tablet

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