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Ericsson, partners demo battery life improvements in Massive IoT e-health wearable prototype

Friday 7 September 2018 | 10:48 CET | News
Ericsson, Sony Mobile, Qoitech and Altair Semiconductor partnered to provide over five times longer battery lifetime to a connected wearable prototype for diabetes monitoring. The concept is a result of a continuous collaboration of mobile technology providers in exploring the Massive IoT ecosystem. It aims to simplify the communication ecosystem and extend the battery life of the devices for better user experience and reliability.

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