ETSI DECT-2020 NR, the “world’s first non-cellular 5G technology standard”, has been recognised by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Omnipresent signal will give 'best IoT technology for the non-licensed spectrum' claims CEO
They say the 5G SA Lab’s results confirm the Belgian operator’s readiness for accelerated 5G roll-out
Industrial IoT rapidly adopted by global supply chains in agriculture, electricity utilities, mining, oil and gas, transport and logistics.
Mobile operators could set a better example themselves say critics
Swedish vendor’s Radio Access Networks help remote islands keep heads above water
Fusion creates network with wider reach and digital impact
The transaction, which includes 100% of the share capital of Cancom UK&I, was completed for €398 million.
Power-over-Ethernet ports are forecast to account for nearly 50% of campus switch ports by 2025.
The tech division of Telefónica group and the Canadian firm say this "transforms the physical world into actionable data".
Another day, another call from an operator for government action on 5G: today's announcement of £53mn public funding for UK industry doesn't mention 5G…
Telefónica came out on top in GlobalData's annual analysis of the global IoT industrial services market.
ABI Research says the pandemic accelerated ML and AI in IoT, and will grow at 40% CAGR in next five years.
CEO Omar Qaise (pictured) talks to Annie Turner about being the first to combine satellite and terrestrial networks using ordinary 5G phone chips.
The operator beat 4,400 IoT category nominees for its collaborative work on Rhomberg Sersa rail construction sites.
Telefonica Tech hasn't turned into quite the powerhouse that was anticipated at its launch in late 2019.
BT deploys its Intelligent Asset platform across the Port of Ipswich to speed movement and processing of cargo.
Their aim is to speed the digital transformation of industry by bringing IoT specialists together under one umbrella.
The software-defined (SD) Core supports Connectivity-as-a-Service, optimised for private 5G nets and Industry 4.0.
O2 goes to university with Aviva, Vodafone takes to the road in the West Midlands.
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