The operator has the most the most IoT connections at 80.9 million: its latest IoT Barometer surveyed 1,758 businesses worldwide.
Mobile traffic will reach almost a zettabyte per year by 2022, according to Cisco’s latest Mobile Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecast.
ETSI’s Technical Committee on Cybersecurity (TC CYBER) issued a standard to set a security baseline for connected consumer products and IoT services.
Deutsche Telekom has launched its new IoT Solution Optimizer, providing a ‘virtual twin’ for IoT products and services.
At MWC next week, Telefónica and Seat will run a 5G connected car pilot in Barcelona’s streets.
Vodafone is making Manchester Airport the UK's first 5G-connected airport with a trial at its Terminal One.
The Forum delivered recommendations to 3GPP for a converged 5G core for fixed and mobile networks.
The European Parliament and Council of the European Union reach provisional political agreement on the first Digital Europe programme.
Open Network Foundation (ONF) announces open source projects for evolved packet core (EPC) and agnostic access.
Smart cities depend on connectivity, but do they know what else network operators have to offer and do operators understand cities’ needs?
Nik Stankau, Director, Telco Business Development, Red Hat, discusses how telcos are moving towards an agile, programmable network infrastructure that is capable of delivering 5G-, IoT- and MEC-based services.