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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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Nokia has added a number of applications from third-party Industry 4.0 vendors to its new MX Industrial Edge (MXIE) solution, released last week, including PTC’s ThingWorx IoT platform and Kepware …

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Singapore-based IoT service provider UnaBiz has raised a further $25 million as part of a Series B funding round led by Tokyo-based investment company SPARX Group. The round was oversubscribed, …

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The Internet of Things refers to millions of physical devices that are connected to the internet and share data. These devices are embedded with sensors, internet connectivity and hardware to …

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The number of satellite IoT subscribers will increase at a compound rate of 35.8 percent per year to reach 15.7 million in 2025, from around 3.4 million in 2020. Analyst …

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Swedish tracker company C Security Systems has appointed Orange Business Services, together with its bandmates in the recently-formed IoT Continuum initiative, to accelerate delivery of LTE-M trackers in Europe. C …

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NB-IoT was supposed to connect everything. It hasn’t. Instead, it has coughed and spluttered, and faced cries about its cost, ecosystem, and coverage. But something is afoot, finally, as devices …

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Ireland-based private core network provider Druid Software has been recruited by Proximus to serve enterprise customers running private 4G and 5G installations. It has been working with the Belgian network …

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38.1% of businesses say the main challenge they face with connectivity is that the cost prohibits deployment scaling.Industry 4.0 has brought about the next generation of edge computing and connectivity. …

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It’s no secret that the number of connected IoT devices is growing rapidly. Industry experts anticipate nearly 64 billion connected devices by 2025. While IoT devices can power a broad …

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