5G is helping shape the future of IoT, opening new markets that require very low latency, high speed, performance, capacity and reliability. Depending on the application, 5G may be easy to implement as in the case of any low-power wide-area (LPWA) use-case or difficult for those embedded mobile broadband (eMBB) applications leveraging new sub-6 GHz or millimeter wave technology necessary to achieve their speed or latency requirements.
In order for OEMs to get to market at the right time and not burn all the budget on development and certification, it is important to overcome the many barriers of integrating 5G as 5G presents new challenges beyond LTE designs. And with the proliferation of 5G connected devices that will be in market over the next few years, now more than ever, device and data security are paramount.
Join Sierra Wireless and Qualcomm to learn about:
- New eMBB use cases that 5G opens up for the IoT market
- Things to consider when designing a 5G connected product
- What designing a module taught us about 5G
- Tips to keep your 5G device and data secure