Connected Smart Cities of the Future
5G networks and loT technology are both key components for transforming how cities connect and operate today. With loT’s unlimited potential and 5G’s incredibly fast speeds and low latency, these technologies unleash critical infrastructure for the future of connected communities.
From smart sensors to self-driving cars to drones, everything can now communicate at incredibly fast speeds with low latency and without being tethered to an ethernet cable — resulting in more efficient systems and resources.
5G private networks enable smart buildings to leverage wireless technology, loT devices, building automation and data analytics to evaluate and monitor processes, while also operating more cost-effectively and efficiently.
Thanks to the rollout and adoption of 5G and loT, the future of smart cities will be more intelligent than ever — providing endless opportunities to communities that harness the power of edge computing, data, and machine-to-machine technologies.
Teal’s industry-leading eSIM technology ensures the highest level of security and accessibility for Smart Cities. Ensure always-on connectivity with dynamic switching between both public and private network technologies, to extend to the edge and support all data profiles within our communities.
Why Are Smart Cities Relying on TEAL?
Teal’s industry-leading eSIM technology ensures the highest level of security and accessibility for always-on connectivity with dynamic switching between both public and private network technologies with edge support for all data profiles. Reduce risk with ultimate redundancy and access to all major carriers.
- Dynamic switching between public and private cellular networks and communications technologies
- Multi-carrier capabilities for greater accessibility in densely concentrated & hard-to-reach, remote
(i.e., underground parking garages, subterranean structures)
- Supports a wide range of cellular technologies, including NB-loT, CAT-M,LTE and 5G
- High bandwidth access across all top major North America operators for large data payloads