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rick merritt
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Re: Compartmentalization of IoT
rick merritt   12/24/2013 8:07:13 AM
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@prabhakar: I think you are anticipating ideas for IPv7!

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Compartmentalization of IoT
prabhakar_deosthali   12/4/2013 7:11:47 AM
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75 billion devices on IoT! that is huge number. But why each of these devices needs a unique IP address. Majority of these devices will be serving some local function and need not have the global reach with a static IP address.

Can some compartmentalization of these devices be done to minimize the traffic load and security threats?

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Re: 5G
Sheetal.Pandey   12/3/2013 1:13:48 PM
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While 5G is already intalks... we cant use 3G well here in India.

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Re: 5G
rick merritt   12/3/2013 10:32:42 AM
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Are there any other major fourms debating 5G besides 3GPP?

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Re: 5G
Vitesse Semiconductor   12/2/2013 5:14:18 PM
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Other than increased bandwidth, what constitutes 5G remains to be seen. But we do know that operators will need to upgrade their networks, as they have for 4G. RAN sharing will be integral to these upgrades, with the strongest MNOs building the necessary infrastructure and leasing selectively as needed. This prospect has been a hot topic recently, especially in Europe, and will begin to take effect in 2014.

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5G
krisi   12/2/2013 1:37:01 PM
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Interesting perspective Martin...you say 5G is ill-defined but there are already opportunities for business...I am having hard time reconcilling both statements...Kris



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