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Comcast enterprise IoT

Comcast is offering free home automation services to some 15 million subscribers While it’s traditionally regarded as a cable company, Philadelphia-based Comcast provides quad-play services with its pay television, home …

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Sequans AT&T

New AT&T solution remotely monitors road and rail infrastructure According to the American Society of Civil Engineers 2017 Infrastructure Report Card, nearly half of bridges in the United States are …

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at&t 2g

AT&T launched LTE-M technology in the U.S. market in May 2017 AT&T has completed the necessary network software upgrades to support the deployment of its LTE-M network in Mexico. This …

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Verizon IoT

IoT is central to Verizon strategic plans We’re more than just a wireless network operator–that’s the central message of a new Verizon campaign called “Humanability” that highlights a wide range …

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SK Telecom IoT network loRa

As it continues to develop network support for its internet of things (IoT) strategy, SK Telecom will upgrade its LTE-M network to also support LTE Cat-M1, which the company says …

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telefonica IoT

Deal with Spanish car maker Seat will focus on 5G for enablement of smart manufacturing processes for automotive Spanish telco Telefonica has signed an agreement with compatriot car maker SEAT …

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cloud

AT&T has more IoT devices on its wireless network than any other U.S. carrier, and the company sees partnerships as a key driver of its success. The carrier has leveraged …

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Actility

Low-power wide area network provider Actility will work with Russia’s second largest telecom operator to deploy a nationwide internet of things network. Enforta, the Russian telecom operator owned by ER …

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SK Telecom

SK Telecom has been working with a number of partners including LG Electronics Korean telecommunications operator SK Telecom has announced the completion of a successful trial of a self-driving vehicle …

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IoT

When it comes to IoT network news, Sprint has been the quietest of the four nationwide carriers. Verizon Wireless and AT&T have launched LTE Category M1 IoT networks, and T-Mobile …

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