UK-based Arm has introduced a new cloud-based IoT design system to enable software development for IoT without the need for physical silicon. The new offering, called Arm Total Solutions for …

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Deutsche Telekom and Ericsson have claimed a “world-first” implementation of end-to-end 5G network slicing with on-demand quality-of-service (QoS) control for enterprise use cases. The tests ran in Deutsche Telekom’s innovation …

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Nordic Semiconductor is now offering embedded machine learning (ML) software with its cellular-based IoT chipset portfolio. The move continues its partnership with US-based Edge Impulse, which makes miniaturised ML (‘TinyML’) …

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Google Cloud has introduced a new embedded computing toolset to help manufacturers develop and deploy IoT solutions for consumers and enterprises. Slipping under the radar at the company’s annual Google …

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Vodafone has deployed NB-IoT sensor units, based on the printable iSIM tracker solution it developed with Altair and Arm for pharma firm Bayer last year, along the UK’s southern coast. …

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New research from UK satellite company Inmarsat says IoT is set to overtake cloud computing as the primary Industry 4.0 technology, with enterprise IT investments in industrial IoT to trump …

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Nokia has released a new range of industrial 5G devices to go with its twin DAC and MPW private wireless products, and its newly bundled MX Industrial Edge (MXIE) edge …

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He-said / she-said; the finger-pointing between the rank and file in the cellular NB-IoT sector is futile, and wrong anyway. So says Adarsh Krishnan, research director at ABI Research, one …

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Private LTE provider Celona has announced a hat-trick of private network projects. The Cupertino firm is working with Joint Venture Silicon Valley (JVSV), a local enterprise forum in Silicon Valley, …

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The China model for NB-IoT – state-sponsored incentives, flat-rated airtime pricing, commoditization of hardware – is not all it is cracked up to be, reckon some. Market stats, from various …

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