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The magic in private cellular networks comes with the radio, and not with the core, says Nokia. And the magic in the radio cannot be so easily copied or imitated; …

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KDDI-owned IoT connectivity provider Soracom, flush from an injection of new funds from Hitachi and Sony Group, has launched a new platform to allow IoT developers to connect devices using …

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Semiconductor company Morse Micro, developing Wi-Fi HaLow for low-power mid-range IoT connectivity, has released system-on-chip (SoC) and module samples to select developers. The target is to raise interest in Wi-Fi …

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MFA, formerly the MulteFire Alliance, is to deliver a set of ‘technology blueprints’ so every different business in every different industrial ‘vertical’ can specify and source industrial 5G devices, and …

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In a stage-managed webinar about industrial 5G, Siemens took the opportunity yesterday to talk up its emerging private 5G portfolio yesterday, including in-house radio and core networking elements. Private 5G, …

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KDDI-owned IoT connectivity provider Soracom has announced new investment from six technology firms, including from two major IoT customers, in the form Nippon Gas (NICIGAS) and Sourcenext Corporation in the …

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Irish IoT antenna company Taoglas has acquired Australia-based IoT solution provider Smartsensor Technologies for an undisclosed fee. The company will be integrated into Taoglas’ ‘connected smart services’ business unit which …

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Nokia has introduced new software to enable operators and enterprises to remotely manage cellular IoT devices with embedded and integrated SIM (eSIM and iSIM) functionality. The software works with standard …

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Qualcomm smart cities

Qualcomm is teaming up with Capgemini to “unlock” private 5G for Industry 4.0, based on its new Release 16-capable 5G RAN platform and radio modem. Qualcomm and Capgemini will develop …

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After all the false starts and funny looks, is it time to take MulteFire seriously? Nokia says so. And, as the mainstream telecoms market wakes up to the Finnish firm’s …

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