The TIM has expanded the coverage of the NB-IoT (both narrowband IoT) for longer than 3 thousand municipalities, including all of the major cities in brazil. The technology is aimed at solutions for the Internet of Things, and the company intends to form partnerships with companies in the public and private sectors to connect the cities and the agricultural sector.
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The carrier is in a range of 25 hz for the NB-IoT technology enables the coverage to 40% higher than that of the cellular network in the traditional sense.
The focus is not speed, but availability is so low to exchange data with the static devices, such as sensors, to agricultural, energy meters, water, gas, electricity, and sewage. When it is necessary to have greater mobility, such as in a crawler vehicle, and the machines of the card, it is ideal to use for LTE-M.
So far, the coverage in the ALL-Chapter the results were restricted to a few cities, such as Santa Rita do Sapucaí (MG), and a network deployed in partnership with Ericsson and Inatel.
The Live also works with the network of the internet of things: the coverage of both the LTE-M as an ALL-Chapter, it is present in more than 400 cities, including six capitals of the world. The competitor is planning to expand the networks of the IoT to all of the places where it already works with the iphone 4G.
Tecnocast 009 – The ‘internet of things’
The internet has passed by the era of computers and people (social networks, e-commerce, etc.) but for now it will be “used” by the object. They have been designed in order to understand our behavior, to communicate with each other via a network, and therefore make it easier for our daily lives.
The technology is already with us. It gives the play, and it comes to us at: