The Internet of Things, 5G and Cybersecurity were all the rage at CES this past week. These technologies dominated what was presented from a business to business perspective. Many cool announcements were made, such as the first 5G smart city rollout in Greenville, a 5G IoT testing hub in Georgia and dedicated IoT satellites in space. The following article details what’s behind some of these exciting new projects.
The IoT continues to evolve as we forge into 2019. Its promise of minimal latency may be one of the greatest forces driving the quick introduction of 5G. And, of course, IoT nodes governing critical military, medical, and industrial functions can’t be left unguarded. Thus the progress of the IoT, 5G connectivity, and cybersecurity depend on each for support and practicality.
Companies all over the world are stepping up to meet the demands for IoT innovations and infrastructure. Many of them are showcasing at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which is just wrapping up in Las Vegas.
Let’s take a look at a couple of IoT-centric highlights from this week’s show.