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Juniper Research spáir því að fjöldi 5G IoT reikitenginga muni ná 142 milljón um 2027

Juniper Research spáir því að fjöldi 5G IoT reikitenginga muni ná 142 milljón um 2027.

júlí 10, 2023 IoT news.

The scale growth of 5G IoT roaming in China is as follows:

Juniper Research predicts that 21% of the world's 5G IoT roaming connections will occur in Western Europe by 2027, even though the region accounts for only 5% of the global population.6G IOT

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According to the official opening of the ultra-large-scale artificial intelligence model training platform project of Beijing Laboratory Service Guarantee Center, Kunlun Core Technology won tens of millions of orders for AI servers to provide computing power support for scientific research in Beijing.

According to a report released by BICS, a leading international communication service platform provider, IoT forrit such as logistics and electronic medical have shown rapid growth in equipment roaming, which will stimulate greater demand for 5G Internet of Things. HOW 6G networks work

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According to a study released by Juniper Research, a market research institution, 5G IoT roaming connectivity has broad growth prospects.

The report predicts that the number of 5G IoT roaming connections worldwide will increase significantly, frá 15 million in 2023 til 142 million in 2027, accounting for more than 27% of all 5G roaming connections in 4 ár.IOT - 6G Networks (a NEW Era of Technology)

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Samkvæmt skýrslunni, this growth will be driven by the deployment of 5G standalone networking by network service providers and the adoption of value-added services and advanced analytics tools to manage revenue churn.

This trend is particularly pronounced in Western Europe. To further capitalize on the scale growth of 5G IoT roaming in Western Europe, operators must develop roaming protocols that leverage standalone 5G networks to improve the network performance of roaming connections and provide the same level of service when roaming, as they do on home networks, the authors said.

5G IoT - Juniper Research predicts that the number of 5G IoT roaming connections will reach 142 million by 2027

5G IoT - Juniper Research spáir því að fjöldi 5G IoT reikitenginga muni ná 142 milljón um 2027

 

Compared with non-standalone 5G networks, standalone 5G networks can improve the network speed and reduce latency of 5G IoT roaming connections. Improvements in network performance enhance the value proposition of roaming protocols, thereby encouraging IoT users to adopt roaming business models.

The study identifies Western Europe as an important market for 5G IoT roaming connectivity, með 21% of global connectivity expected to be located in the region by 2027. The report attributes this growth to the efforts of operators in the region to actively roll out 5G standalone networks. These initiatives incentivize IoT users to adopt roaming protocols, thereby driving the growth of IoT roaming connections.

In addition to separate specific roaming protocols, the report highlights the importance of implementing value-added services and advanced analytics tools to manage revenue leakage.5G IoT roaming connections - 6G Networks

5G IoT roaming connections - 6G netkerfi

 

AI-powered roaming analytics tools can help operators efficiently analyze the vast amounts of data generated by 5G roaming connections in real time. The report highlights that integrating these tools directly into the platform maximizes the business value of network operators and enables rapid liquidation for stakeholders.

The report predicts that certain key verticals, such as the autonomous driving industry, will clearly benefit from these advanced roaming solutions because they are data-centric. The implementation of roaming analytics and value-added services will play an important role in meeting the specific needs of these verticals and ensuring a seamless roaming experience.6G Networks - IOT

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The report argues that as the world becomes more connected, developing a robust 5G IoT roaming strategy is critical to unlocking the potential of the IoT ecosystem.

So what does Juniper Research's forecast do?

Juniper Research predicts that the amount of data generated by roaming IoT tæki worldwide will increase from 86PB in 2022 to 1100PB in 2027, hækkun um 1140%. The number of IoT connections that enable data roaming worldwide will grow from 300 million in 2022 til 1.8 milljarða inn 2027, a growth rate of 500%.

Juniper Research is a leading technology research and analysis firm specializing in the broadband, mobile and networking markets.

His research interests include in-vehicle infotainment and navigation, farsíma greiðslu, mobile commerce, network technology and services, telecommunications management, enterprise and cloud computing networks, emerging Internet and social media, video and media, o.s.frv.

5G connectivity is the future of the development of the IoT industry. Here's why:

The development of the Internet hlutanna requires more support from basic network facilities, including transmission rate, device capacity, security and other key aspects, and these aspects happen to be important changes that 5G can bring, so the Internet of Things will be an important beneficiary of the landing of 5G standards.

The launch of 5G standards coincides with the critical period of industrial Internet development, and in the entire Internet field from consumer Internet to industrial Internet transformation, 5G further breaks the development bottleneck of the Internet of Things, and the Internet of Things is the foundation of the industrial Internet, so 5G will play an important role in promoting the development of the industrial Internet.

After years of development, the Internet of Things has produced many subdivisions, including industrial Internet of Things, landbúnaðar Internet of Things, Internet ökutækja, snjallt heimili, wearable devices and so on.global IOT

Global IOT

The agricultural Internet of Things has high requirements for network capacity, and because of the huge difference between the deployment of agricultural Internet of Things and industrial Internet of Things, agricultural Internet of Things is more dependent on mobile networks, and the landing of 5G standards solves the problem of capacity and space, providing convenient conditions for the development of agricultural Internet of Things.

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