Smart cities, smart homes, self-driving cars and other Internet of Things (IoT) technologies will take the spotlight at the 50th anniversary of CES as more than 5.5 million new things get connected each day.

The exciting new gadgets on display at the show will add to the 6.4 billion connected things in use last year, and the 20.8 billion things to be connected by 2020. (Gartner, Inc.)

Whatever your plans for a connected future, success comes from the capacity to integrate smart solutions your way.

CONNECT THINGS

Let NetComm Wireless show you how to go global, get mobile and connect and control virtually anything.

Go global using 3G/4G M2M technology that gives you the power to manage large amounts of data from factory equipment, industrial robots, security systems, digital signs and other bandwidth-intensive M2M applications worldwide.

CONNECT PLACES

Fibre to the Distribution Point (FTTdp).

There is no simple and economical way of getting fibre all the way to the premise, but there is now a way to push fibre as close to the household as possible - without needing access to private property. Specially engineered to provide a new approach, NetComm Wireless’ Fibre to the Distribution Point (FTTdp) innovation links a single fibre connection to up to four copper lines, and redistributes superfast broadband from the distribution pit to up to four households. Book a meeting to find out how.

Fixed Wireless.

Today, almost half of the world’s population live in rural and regional areas, and billions remain unconnected with no access to online education, remote patient care, smart energy, precision farming and other increasingly essential digital applications and services.

Boston Consulting Group (BCG) found that Fixed Wireless is the best fit-for-purpose technology, delivering a practical solution that overcomes the economic barriers that hinder network expansion into outer areas.

The nbn™ Fixed Wireless network is world leading – giving Australians “better speeds, higher data allowances and better value than users of other fixed wireless services across the world,” according to OVUM.

And with the introduction of nbn’s new 50/20Mbps speed tier, NetComm Wireless’ Fixed Wireless technology is proven to bring city-equivalent broadband speeds to homes and businesses previously unable to access high-speed fixed line services.

To book a meeting contact Stephanie Stewart:
[email protected]
+61 450 391 792

Meeting venue: The Venetian Las Vegas
3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA