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Industrial IoT is the tech answer to the business challenge of environmental sustainability. Everyone says so; everyone knows so. And yet only a third of enterprises are putting their money …

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Telstra

Telstra has announced a AUS$100 million deal with utility services provider Intellihub to provide up to 4.1 million cellular IoT SIMs for smart energy meters in Australia over the next …

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The National University of Singapore (NUS) is working with operator StarHub to leverage 5G and IoT as part of a two-year trial to build a ‘smart campus’ infrastructure to bring …

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Taiwanese industrial IoT provider Ubiik has released a Release 15 level dual-mode LTE-M and NB-IoT unit that can operate as a small cell or access point. It is pitching the …

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Samsung

This discussion is missing something, of course; IoT is not supposed to be written about as an environmental risk. The idea that billions of disposable trackers might litter the planet …

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We are a little late with this, but it is a sizeable deal, which might also be construed as significant because it is for low-power wide-area (LPWA) connectivity in Spain, …

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Lighting firm Signify has completed its acquisition of UK-based Telensa, a pioneer in the smart street-lighting market, with a strong customer base among local councils and utility organisations, notably in …

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Rogers Business, the enterprise division of Canadian operator Rogers, has installed a private 5G network at Detour Lake, an open pit mine in northern Ontario belonging to gold producer Kirkland …

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IoT

The narrative about the environmental impact of disposable IoT (see here and here; check back for upcoming report on The Green Credentials of 5G and IoT), begs the question, of …

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Netherlands-based lighting firm Signify is to integrate LTE and 5G into a new range of ‘broadband luminaires’ for the smart cities market. Signify has signed a deal with smart-city broadband …

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