Liberty Global has opened its second European innovation centre as it looks to explore the Internet of Things and potential 5G technologies.
Huawei and Vodafone have topped a new scorecard measuring Internet of Things connectivity management platforms (CMPs), edging out rivals Cisco Jasper and Ericsson.
Orange has extended its LTE-M trials in Spain as it looks to introduce the tech to Belgium and France by the end of this year.
Telia Norway and Datek Light Control have built a narrowband IoT-based prototype for a smart street lighting network, which they said would simplify the installation and control of lamp posts.
Tele2 has launched a new infrastructure-as-a-service solution aimed at collecting, routing and managing IP data for the Internet of Things.
Companies are "complacent" about IoT security threats, with more than half not testing for vulnerabilities before and after deployment, Vodafone's Director of IoT Erik Brenneis has said.
Hardware built on Weightless low-power wide area network (LPWAN) technology has been launched globally.
Telenor is opening a research lab in Norway aimed at helping start-ups, developers and students build and test new solutions for the Internet of Things.
Orange has completed its first data connection using LTE-M technology in a trial at its Spanish opco.
Orange has partnered on what it claimed is the first Internet of Things module with integrated cellular connectivity and launched a programme aimed at growing the cellular IoT ecosystem.
Internet of Things provider Kerlink is deploying what it describes as the world's biggest LoRa network in India in partnership with Tata Communications.
Proximus’s LoRa network is being used by a Belgian gas supplier for a smart metering project.
Deutsche Telekom has enthusiastically backed NB-IoT in favour of its unlicensed rivals through one of the most unusual Internet of Things deployments Europe has seen to date. How? By using bees.
Almost three quarters of executives are deploying or researching the Internet of Things for their businesses, but are concerned about standards, security, interoperability and cost, new research from Verizon has claimed.
Nokia has expanded its Internet of Things network-as-a-service offering to include consultation and multi-vendor testing.
The Internet of Things could unlock further potential in the healthcare sector, Vodafone has claimed, with the technology possessing the ability to track adherence to treatment regimes.
Vodafone’s Irish opco has debuted NB-IoT across the country and launched a series of trials of the technology.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a network optimisation tool, a new smart parking network for Bonn and an upgrade to its virtual reality offering.
Huawei will research how 5G and cloud robotics can transform manufacturing after signing a memorandum of understanding with German automation company Festo.
Qualcomm has become the latest company to join the IoT Cybersecurity Alliance as it looks to strengthen protection of the increasing number of connected devices.
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