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Real time, real changes

With 5G being rolled out from later this year, it’s going to be a game-changer for IoT-powered smart cities, assuming the security piece is nailed early, writes Aoife Valentine

5th May, 2019
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Jeff McCann, director of IoT and 5G strategy at Dell Technologies Ireland

Internet of Things (IoT) applications are touching almost every part of people’s lives today. Connected homes, offices and buildings mean you can do everything from having your fridge order groceries as you need them to using predictive maintenance to ensure the office lift is never out of service.

Real-time public transport information is making commutes easier and reducing wait times. Telemedicine means you can simply video-conference with your doctor to avoid their waiting...

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