News of Note—Startups target Wi-Fi for IoT; Nokia 9 PureView’s 5 cameras and more

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A handful of startups will be sampling chips for 802.11ah, a 900 MHz version of Wi-Fi targeting long-range links especially for the internet of things. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we're following today: 

> Over the next few months, a handful of startups will sample chips for 802.11ah, a 900 MHz version of Wi-Fi targeting long-range links especially for the internet of things. EE Times article

> Leaked images of the Nokia 9 PureView smartphone show five cameras arranged on the back of the phone in a circular setup. Evening Standard story

> USB Implementers Forum announced the launch of its USB Type-C Authentication Program. ZD Net article

> Qualcomm posted security bonds of $1.52 billion to be able to enforce a court order that will ban sales of some Apple iPhones in Germany. Reuters article

> Samsung announced Exynos Auto V9, its first auto-branded processor under the Exynos umbrella, as it looks to gain traction in the in-car infotainment space. Venture Beat article

> The company responsible for deploying the National Broadband Network across Australia has said it wants to have less than 1% of its fixed wireless towers suffering from congestion by late September. ZD Net article

 

 

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