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LTE and the IoT: 101 seconds with Raj Talluri

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Dec 12 2016

In the future, nearly everything will be connected to the internet and each other. What’s the key to a more efficient, faster internet of things? LTE. In 101 seconds, Qualcomm Technologies Senior Vice President Raj Talluri talks about seamless connectivity and how mobile technology will help drive the IoT.

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