The wholesale carrier joined forces with tech provider Avnet Silica, which will embed 2G, 3G, 4G, NB-IoT and LTE-M/Cat-M1 connectivity via BICS’ global SIM for Things IoT solution.
Ford and its consortium partners have received UK government backing for 5G to speed up electric vehicle manufacturing.
John Grant, Chairman of ISG NIN, ETSI, explains why we need to be less reliant on IP in future and alternatives to the venerable protocol suite that served us so well for so long.
The operator says it will be the world's first open platform for IoT and will come into being as a separate entity 1 July, and launched commercially in the second half of 2020.
It uses the LoRaWAN, long range, low power tech in peer-to-peer network with cryptocurrency.
Orange Business Services has signed an agreement to use the Italian broadband company's infrastructure to provide value added services.
Orange International Carriers and Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier are carrying out proofs of concept (PoC) on key performance indicators and IPX HUB breakouts.
Deutsche Telekom’s ‘traffic light’ system, placed at store entrances, counts customers entering and leaving shops and restaurants.
BT has launched two new programmes to help drive the UK’s transition to net-zero carbon emissions and contribute to a green Covid-19 recovery.
Annual shipments of NB-IoT modules in Europe and North America reached close to 5 million units in 2019, according to research from IoT analyst firm Berg Insight.
The Hub is part of an ongoing regional reorganisations and is accompanied by changes to top management.
The DEA, or Energistyrelsen, will offer one licence, on terms designed to ensure the spectrum is used effectively throughout the country.
Telefónica UK (O2) is moving its legacy Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) infrastructure to an Adaptive IP network provided by Ciena.
What a difference a year makes. This time last year, 5G deployment was just getting underway in earnest. Now the technology is all over the globe, but there were signs deployment could be slowing, even before COVID-19.
IDC's Global DataSphere Forecast predicts continued steady growth in the creation and consumption of data in 2020, partially driven by coronavirus.
Vodafone UK has released an IoT heat detection camera which it says will help people get back to work amid coronavirus.
Thales says it has deployed the world’s first GSMA-certified eSIM activation solution on Google Cloud.
The robots have five high-res cameras and infrared thermometers that can scan the temperature of ten people simultaneously within a radius of 5 meters.
The trial showed decentralised token enabling mobile-based services and connectivity of IoT devices on the Isle of Man.
The company is upgrading its IoT Network Grid (WING) managed service with 5G and edge capabilities.
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