Telekom Slovenije Sets Up NB-IoT Test Enviroment; Extends LTE-A to 35% of Population

Telekom Slovenije Sets Up NB-IoT Test Enviroment; Extends LTE-A to 35% of Population Image Credit: Telekom Slovenije

Slovenian operator ,Telekom Slovenije has successfully completed testing of the NB-IoT technology over the existing network infrastructure.

The Operator plans to set up a test environments in Ljubljana and Maribor, in which developers and educational institutions can test the their Nb-IoT solutions. The range of solutions includes smart meters, smart energy networks, autonomous vehicles and smart cities. 

In addition to the NB-IoT, Telekom Slovenije continues testing other wireless technologies such as LoRA and Wifi which are also suitable for enabling different IoT user cases.

The Operator recently extended its LTE-Advanced network to more than 35 percent of the country's population, just months after launching its network upgrade project, offering up to 450MBps and uplink of up to 50MBps to customers with compatible handsets.

Telekom Slovenije group through its subsidiaries operates on the markets of SEE, including Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia.

Igoor Bohorc, Director of Strategic Business Units, Telekom Slovenije
We invite companies, independent developers and educational institutions to test the operation of their solution to help the development and optimization of their solutions.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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