The Internet of Things as the main technology trend in 2018

Internet of ThingsWe should all be in agreement that technological change in our society and the globalized world is becoming more palpable with each passing year. Technology is not only the source of acceleration of the change, but it is also in itself changing and evolving in leaps and bounds.
If 2017 saw how technology use and the digital transformation began to be visible as a key aspect in all sectors, then 2018 will see that visibility begins to increase.


Alicia Ruppel: Alicia is a Sociologist and is part of the Teldat’s Corporate Marketing Department. Within this department she is especially  involved in Design and Events, among other corporate marketing areas

LTE-Advanced PRO lays the basis for 5G


According to forecasts, commercial testing of 5G networks is set to begin in 2020. But, in the meantime, LTE-Advanced PRO already allows you to use technologies that will be included in 5G.


Benjamin Garcia: Engineer, is part of Teldat’s R&D Department. Within this department he is part of the Industrial & Mobility Team, and he specializes in cellular and PLC connections.

Who will use 5G and how will it be used?

5g technologySurfing on the Internet a few weeks ago, I came across what I considered to be a very interesting article. An English University is setting up an innovation center for 5G technology. They have even constructed a dedicated building for 5G investigation. 


Javier García Berjano: Online & Corporate marketing manager at Teldat. Javier manages the web, blog and other social media, as well as corporate marketing areas in collaboration with the different Teldat business units.  

The 5th Mobile Generation: Research on the Future Internet

Global communicationMobile Internet becomes more and more popular. Whereas mobile Internet has only been used for email checking, it is now used for the same applications as the Internet by cable: surfing the Internet, playing online games, listening to music or streaming videos and films. In addition to this trend there is a further development: The Internet of Things on which more and more devices are connected to the network and among each other. For this increasing demand, the capacity of the 4G standard will not be sufficient anymore.


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