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Sigfox USA has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in a Delaware bankruptcy court, owing almost $150 million in unsecured debt. The filing, on March 31, is separate from its parent’s …

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The first Centre for Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR) in Africa has opened in Rwanda, with a focus on data governance, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning. It joins a network …

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As well as a new private 5G deployment in Hamburg for IT service provider Dataport, covered Wednesday (March 30), O2 Telefónica has confirmed a private 5G setup at the Helios …

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Helium, the company in charge of the crowd-sourced Helium non-cellular IoT and cellular 5G networks, has rebranded as Nova Labs, and announced $200 million of Series D funding from New …

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Nokia has signed a deal with telecoms operator E&, formerly Etisalat Group, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), to deploy 5G private networks for enterprises in Abu Dhabi. The pair …

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It is a silly headline, and an opt-in competition, but the World Economic Forum’s list of ‘lighthouse factories’, acknowledged for their use of Industry 4.0 kit, now stretches to 103 …

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Cisco took time out with Enterprise IoT Insights at MWC a couple of weeks back to discuss its late entry into the private 5G market, plus its channel strategy around …

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Maybe it is just the way we ask the questions, but… test and measurement company Keysight Technologies has sought, effectively, to dispel any rumour and disquiet in the ranks about …

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The operator pack, as one would expect, is dividing in two around the Industry 4.0 market, suggests UK-based BT, with serious-minded enterprise-geared providers restructuring their sales operations in order to …

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UK-based Wyld Networks has launched a range of sensor-to-satellite LoRaWAN devices for IoT applications where there is little or no terrestrial connectivity. The new hybrid terrestrial and satellite IoT devices, …

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