The Internet of Things (IoT) is a platform for innovation, allowing people to invest in and use IoT to improve life, business, and society. It will be applicable to all or any industry sectors, verticals, people, machines, and everything. This creates difficult requirements in terms of higher system capacity, extremely low latency, such as for the tactile Internet, extremely high throughput values, a wide range of services, such as IoT and M2M, and a more uninterrupted experience. As a symbiotic confluence of up to date and existing technologies, the IOT architecture will use Hetnet RAN, Cloud enhanced RAN, and SW defined data centres to combine novel and legacy technologies. As a result, IOT will combine next-generation largearea extensible service experiences anytime and anywhere, with ultra-dense installations, nearzero latency, and GB experiences–when and where it matters. Collaboration on research, standardisation, and spectrum sharing with the IT/Internet world, industry verticals, policymakers, and academia is a significant success element. Trillions of dollars in smart ecosystems prospects covering secure connections, digital service enablement, applications and repair provisioning, and a wide range of internet of things and consumer applications are available to communications service providers and enterprises.
Nayak, Debasish Swapnesh Kumar; Pratik, Shreerudra; and Tripathy, Jogeswar
"IoT Ecosystems Enable Smart Communication Solutions: A Case Study,"
International Journal of Smart Sensor and Adhoc Network: Vol. 3:
2, Article 6.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijssan/vol3/iss2/6