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The Wireless Quarter is intended to keep readers up-to-date on what’s happening with Bluetooth Low Energy, low power cellular IoT, ANT+, Thread, Zigbee, low power Wi-Fi and RF proprietary wireless …

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Nokia has picked up a couple of other contracts for deployment of private cellular networks in the mining sector, it has said, with Russian palladium and nickel mining company Norilsk …

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European aerospace manufacturer Airbus has announced the deployment of a private LTE network from Swedish telecoms vendor Ericsson at its factory in Toulouse, in France. Ericsson said the deal was …

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In case you missed it (because we did); US industrial IoT manufacturer Digi International has acquired Dallas-based LoRaWAN firm Haxiot for an undisclosed fee. The deal closed at the end …

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  The Covid-19 pandemic is having a huge global impact, clearly. Enterprise IoT Insights talked with technology vendors and market analysts to analyze the impact of the pandemic on smart …

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Microsoft and Siemens have signed up to the Open Industry 4.0 Alliance, a two-year old consortium of “European” industrial companies geared to drive cross-vendor interoperability for factories and warehouses. They …

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Nokia is working with mobile operator Claro in Chile, a regional subsidiary of Mexican telecom group América Móvil, to equip South African mining company Gold Fields’ new Salares Norte mine …

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Revenues from the sale of cybersecurity solutions in the IoT sector will jump to $16.8 billion by 2026, according to ABI Research, as the number of IoT connections nearly triples …

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Semiconductor firm STMicroelectronics (STMicro) has joined the burgeoning MIOTY Alliance, to promote the novel telegram-splitting ultra-narrowband (TS-UNB) technology, commercialized as MIOTY, as an alternative to low-power wide-area (LPWA) protocols like …

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Local Japanese telco KATCH is looking to hoover up Industry 4.0 contracts among automotive and high-tech manufacturers in the Aichi Prefecture, in Japan, after apponting Finnish vendor Nokia and local …

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