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The city of Portland in Maine, in the US, has migrated its smart street lights onto a cloud management platform (CMS)  from California-headquartered Dhyan Networks and Technologies, and away from …

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Industrial 5G and IoT – or at least, the digital pyrotechnics sprung from 5G and IoT networks – can help the planet reduce carbon emissions, reckons the tech and telecoms …

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Red Hat and Intel have extended their Industry 4.0 partnership to combine their open source software and industrial edge hardware to spur the smart manufacturing and smart energy sectors. The …

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This article is continued from a previous entry, covering key NB-IoT deployments 1-5, which is available here. Both are taken from a new report, entitled NB-IoT – what has gone …

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Note, this article has been updated from the 27/10/21 version, which suggested 57% of electric meters in Europe will be connected to NB-IoT and LTE-M. This is wrong, the stated …

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Note, this article is taken from a new report, entitled NB-IoT – what has gone wrong, and when will it go right? The full report is available here. A webinar …

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Steel giant Severstal has appointed Russian mobile operator MTS, working with Swedish network vendor Ericsson, to build a private LTE network at the Karelskiy Okatysh iron ore mining and processing …

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Nokia has released a new range of industrial 5G devices to go with its twin DAC and MPW private wireless products, and its newly bundled MX Industrial Edge (MXIE) edge …

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Busy Dutch industrial IoT scale-up Hiber has announced it will use Inmarsat’s new ELERA satellite IoT network to expand its own low-power wide-area (LPWA) IoT network, which goes under the …

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Semtech Corporation has teamed with Singapore-based IoT metering company Sindcon to deploy around 1,000 (“plus”) LoRaWAN energy and water metering devices at the Singapore Zoo. Sindcon worked with local utility …

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