Nokia, NTT DOCOMO, and OMRON Corporation are to conduct joint field trials using 5G at their plants and other production sites.
Japan’s dominant mobile operator NTT Docomo has started to plug gap left by the Abe government’s banning of Huawei equipment for its 5G network build, using NEC and Fujitsu for core and radio access network (RAN) components.
Tech firms, and to a lesser extent telcos, around the world collectively spent over US31 billion in investments in IoT-related start-ups in five years to the end of 2015, with Intel out front with its massive US$16.7 billion acquisition of chipset maker Altera.
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