Indus OS an operating system originated with a motive to help people to use smartphone in their local language, Indus OS works with OEMs like Micromax, Intex and Karbonn to integrate its operating system, which offers features like translation through a single swipe, text-to-speech in nine regional languages and intuitive auto-correction. “Besides having a phone that…
To address critical power management in IoT devices, SK Telecom and Nokia Networks demonstrated LTE ow power communication technology for Internet of Things in Korea. LTE-RAN support for upcoming LTE-based modems in half-duplex mode allows manufacturers to reduce modem complexity and cut costs.
R&D center, SK Telecom, said: “With this trial, we have successfully verified the capabilities of our IoT technology in resolving challenges posed by power supply and inefficient battery use, which are obstructing the widespread adoption of IoT devices. In collaboration with Nokia Networks, we will continue to push the boundaries for IoT and pave the path for broader application of services powered by this next-generation technology.”
Andrew Cope, Head of Korea, Nokia Networks, said: “This achievement, a country-first, adds another important dimension to our relationship with SK Telecom as we set the pace for the telecommunications industry in Korea. Moreover, it underlines our focus on setting the platform for the global adoption of LTE as a technology-of-choice for IoT, evolving to NB-LTE for IoT in the future, as we head towards a world where everyone and everything is connected.This marks yet another step forward on Nokia’s goal of bringing NB-LTE to life.” Read more