NB-IoT

NB-IoT NB1 vs NB2 -What is the difference

Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) is an LPWAN technology developed to enable many devices to be connected to the internet using mobile networks. The standard is part of both 4G and 5G. Designed to allow for massive IoT, NB-IoT is a low-power, narrowband technology that can support small data packets and bidirectional transmission in an efficient, secure …

5G vs LoRaWAN distance

5G vs LoRaWAN part 2: distance

I am continuing with the second post in my series LoRaWAN vs 5G to prepare for the upcoming ThingsNetwork conference. As I am invited to speak about 5G at a LoRaWAN event (ThingsConference 22nd of September 2022), I thought it was appropriate to dig into the aspects of LoRaWAN vs the different, current 5G standards …

The new 5G NR+ standard is ready to break boundaries

If you’ve experienced landline telephony, you know those phone jackets on the wall; you’ve probably experienced cordless phones with DECT technology. So what does this technology have to do with 5G? In late 2021 a group managed to qualify a 5G standard, DECT NR+ 5G, as part of 5G. It is also based on non-cellular …

eSIM vs eUICC

eUICC, eSIM and Multi IMSI SIMs

In this post we are getting to the bottom with one of the most common misunderstandings when it comes to SIM-cards, eSIM and eUICC. Let´s begin with eUICC. eUICC stands for Embedded Universal Integrated Circuit Card. It is a software component that can store multiple network profiles for different operators on a SIM card. Profiles …

Can the work environment be improved with IoT?

I had the honor of delivering a 15-minute keynote at the EU Tech Chambers IoT Alliance event Safety at work with IoT. I talked about how IoT can change work-life for people working with forwarders in the forestry industry, focusing on how IoT can improve the future working environment for not only these drivers but …