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Sigfox IoT

The Taiwanese firm also announced NB-IoT cooperation with China Mobile Taiwanese chipmaker MediaTek has recently unveiled its first narrow band internet of things (NB-IoT) system-on-chip (SoC). MediaTek’s new low-power MT2625 …

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Sequans

The intersection of LTE and the internet of things has the potential to be a major market, and no one is more aware of that than Georges Karam. Karam founded …

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modules

IoT module makers Sierra Wireless and U-Blox have both announced modules that support two different cellular standards for low-power wide area connectivity. Both companies are bringing solutions that support LTE …

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IoT

The world’s largest chipmaker considers itself well positioned to capitalize on the internet of things, because it makes chipsets for devices, networking gear and data center servers. But one part …

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Huawei

Under the partnership, Huawei and BeWhere plan to develop M-IoT LPWA, NB-IoT and LTE-M applications Chinese vendor Huawei recently entered a partnership with Canadian industrial internet of things (IoT) solutions …

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chipset

Samsung’s plans to capitalize on the exploding internet of things include a narrowband IoT radio, LoRaWAN technology base stations, an IoT operating system, an $8 billion purchase of Harman Kardan …

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u-Blox

Shares of u-Blox are lower this morning after the Swiss company called off its deal to buy SIMCom’s cellular module business. The two companies said they were unable to “close …

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Altair

Sony’s Altair Semiconductor will supply modem chips for AT&T’s $7.50 Category M1 LTE modules, which the carrier announced late last week. Altair was also an AT&T modem vendor for its …

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Huawei

The Chinese vendor also signed an agreement with a Taiwanese firm to start developing its next-generation NB-IoT chip Chinese vendor Huawei expects to start shipping large volumes of its NB-IoT …

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Ingenu

Global chip companies are creating ever-smaller solutions not only for cellular IoT but also for dedicated low-power wide area networks. The latest comes from Switzerland’s u-Blox, which has reduced the …

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