News of Note—DT’s IoT Solution Optimizer; 5G networks in 2020

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> Deutsche Telekom has launched the IoT Solution Optimizer to provide technical consultancy and customer services for IoT solutions. Telecompaper article

> According to Viavi, there will be a total of 55 5G networks in place before 2020—the year that 5G standards are expected to officially be recognized by the International Telecommunications Union. RCR Wireless News article

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> 5G startup Movandi is getting ready to improve the coverage of high-band millimeter wave 5G with the introduction of its BeamXR repeater later this year. Light Reading article

> After a few weeks back in the product lab, Amazon’s Echo Wall Clock is again ready to ship after the company released a software update to address connectivity issues plaguing the initial version of the product that began selling last month. The Verge article

> The CEO of LeoSat Enterprises envisions a high-capacity, low-latency backbone in space. Light Reading article

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