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France-based chipmaker Sequans has partnered with roaming provider iBASIS to integrate embedded SIM (eSIM/eUICC) technology and global LTE-M and NB-IoT connectivity with its Monarch 2 GM02S NEKTAR development kit (EVK). …

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IoT connectivity company Ingenu has announced a plan to launch 72 satellites into space to support low-power machine communications for the smart energy, manufacturing, agriculture, cities, logistics, oil and gas, …

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Semiconductor maker Semtech has announced a new LoRa-based solution, combining a power-efficient microcontroller and an edge tracker module, that harvests ambient energy from the environment to preclude the need for …

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NB-IoT

International cellular provider BICS has said it has NB-IoT roaming coverage in a dozen countries, with new NB-IoT deals being signed at a faster rate than on LTE-M, and a …

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Truphone has combined with chipset maker Sony Semiconductor Israel and SIM specialist Kigen on an integrated SIM (iSIM) solution for global IoT deployments. Altair and Kigen have worked separately to …

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Massive IoT? What a joke. Except no one in the business of massive IoT is laughing, because no one has given up on it. And because everyone is too busy …

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Singtel

The clamour from the telecoms industry for governments and regulators to ease and encourage further 5G rollout is getting louder. Following on the heels of Vodafone’s call-to-arms last week in …

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UK-based chip design company Arm has announced new software architecture and hardware platforms for emerging software-defined automotive systems, including for driver assistance, infotainment, electrified powertrains, and ultimately for autonomous vehicles. …

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Siemens-owned Mendix has announced “massive enhancements” to its low-code software development platform to enable IoT ‘makers’ to assemble and monetise new digital products. It has declared prescriptive software-as-a-service applications a …

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TIM has struck a deal via its IoT solutions division Olivetti with engineering firm SECO to produce IoT solutions for Italian enterprises – worth €50m to SECO and €225m to TIM over the next three years.

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