Low-power technologies face off on IoT battleground

As entrenched U.S. MSOs like Comcast continue to push into the smart home market and emerging competitors like Altice are gearing up by partnering with IoT specialists like Sigfox, a battle over IoT standards is heating up between cellular technologies like LTE Cat M and proprietary technologies like LoRa.

There is a vast amount of options available and many that particularly suit different IoT use cases better than others. The question asked in FierceWireless:Europe's new special report is, how many of these various standards will exist in future? Will proprietary options eventually be pushed out by the cellular standards, or can a number of different standards continue to co-exist in future? Read more about it here.

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