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Last month, the CBRS community in the US made a swift counter-strike, in the form of a joint letter to the FCC and NTIA, against a report by telecoms lobby …

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A panel session at Private Networks European Forum last month put the spotlight on the discipline of network and system management, specifically, where traditional mobile operators are increasingly facing-off with …

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Siemens has worked with Qualcomm to deploy an indoor private 5G network in CBRS spectrum at Siemens headquarters in Chicago, with a view to test and develop solutions to automate …

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Nokia is to deploy a private LTE network at the Port of San Antonio in Chile, the country’s main maritime port, handling almost 50 percent of the country’s import and …

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Australian supermarket chain Coles is running track-and-trace of its poultry supply chain, based on an IoT tracking and monitoring solution by pallet pooling company Loscam and local Sigfox operator Thinxtra. …

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There was a good panel session, yesterday (November 29; see cover image, available on-demand), on IoT tracking in the supply chain, which brought insightful content and commentary from leading IoT …

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Australian outfit Konvoy Group started three years ago, in the summer of 2019, as a keg rental business, offering logistics support to craft brewers in its home country. It has, …

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France-based virtual operator Transatel, busily offering somehow-unfashionable local MVNO and MVNE services in Europe for two decades already, has a second (actually, third and fourth) life, suddenly, in the global …

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KDDI-owned IoT connectivity provider Soracom has claimed its five-millionth IoT connection, citing strong uptake in the energy, retail, healthcare, agriculture, and consumer electronics industries. The figure represents an advance of …

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A session at Private Networks European Forum (PNEF) last month considered the challenges, and broader cultural shift, to bring ‘private 5G to the masses’. Koen Mioulet, secretary at the European …

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