In August, mobile operator lifecell will test an ‘Internet of Things’ network across Kyiv.
Tuesday, July 31, 2018

In August, mobile operator lifecell will test an ‘Internet of Things’ network across Kyiv.

In August, mobile operator lifecell will test an ‘Internet of Things’ network across Kyiv. By constructing and activating 40 towers, lifecell is to be able to connect 200,000 devices at a time. If this IoT network proves popular, lifecell will introduce the service next year in other major cities. The network consists of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other objects embedded with electronics, sensors and software, allowing these objects to connect and exchange information. Increasingly popular, the number of IoT devices increased 31% last year, to 8.4 billion. By 2020, there are expected to be 30 billion devices, generating a global IoT market value of $7.1 trillion.

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