RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Vivo announced the expansion of its network dedicated to the Internet of Things (IOT) devices to about 400 Brazilian cities, including capitals like São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Manaus, Belém, Porto Alegre, and Curitiba.
Using LTE-M and NB-IoT standards, the operator already had a discrete operation with a dedicated network for connected devices in the city of Chapecó (Santa Catarina).
The NB-IoT technology is mainly intended for static devices, such as public lighting, alarm systems and water, light and gas meters. Meanwhile, the LTE-M has better performance in equipment that . . .