Cellular technology will cement its leadership over LPWA connectivity in agricultural IoT deployments over the next four years, but will continue to lag behind traditional industry methods of connectivity, new figures claim.
Magyar Telekom is tempting enterprises to the Internet of Things by launching a new NB-IoT network in Budapest.
Deutsche Telekom has rolled out its NB-IoT network to 300 locations across Germany, with more than 150 companies trialling the technology.
Finnish operator DNA has extended coverage of its NB-IoT network to cover 85 percent of the country's population.
Europe will continue to lag behind North East Asia and North America into the 5G era, holding only 16 percent of connections by 2023 and consuming an average of 28GB per month.
Orange's enterprise arm has launched the first in a series of "smart resorts", bringing free Wi-Fi, big data analytics and a bespoke app to an Alpine ski resort.
Deutsche Telekom is co-founding a new Internet of Things focused lab in Dortmund with a specific stress on NB-IoT technology and solutions for manufacturing, logistics and aviation.
Huawei has partnered with Peugeot and Citroën parent Groupe PSA to develop new connected car solutions.
Romanian operator RCS & RDS is beginning a multi-year modernisation project to prepare its network for 5G and the IoT.
Huawei is teaming up with security specialist Gemalto on a new line of NB-IoT modules for connected devices.
Cisco is vowing to back smart city deployments to the tune of $1 billion, after announcing a new fund in addition to updating its smart cities platform.
Deutsche Telekom has leaped into the digital assistant market with plans to launch a new smart speaker in its home market in 2018.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a new research centre to speed up the roll-out of smart cities in Europe and partnered with Cisco on a new application for municipal authorities offering Wi-Fi.
Interference, power and backhaul have been identified as the three main barriers to installing public Wi-Fi, but the technology is seen as "crucial" to enabling smart cities, new research has found.
Nokia Bell Labs and French national research institute Inria are turning their attention to artificial intelligence and machine learning after extending their long-running collaboration for five years.
Telia Estonia has started trialling a self-service platform for its IoT customers, allowing them to manage SIM cards and mobile data traffic.
Vodafone is connecting cats and dogs, vehicles, bags and cameras as part of its long-awaited consumer IoT play.
Telefónica is working with SEAT on how 5G, blockchain and data can transform the car industry after the two companies signed a new collaboration agreement.
Deutsche Telekom has extended its NB-IoT network in Bonn to start offering a range of new use cases.
Governments need to get involved with securing the Internet of Things, with 90 percent of consumers lacking confidence in how safe the products are, a new survey has claimed.
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