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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailNokia has been selected by Brazilian elelctricity distributor Elektro to deploy a private LTE network to power its smart grid, smart meters, and electric vehicles in the municipality of Atibaia, …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailIoT antenna specialist Taoglas discusses MWCA product launches As the M2M has evolved into the internet of things, the rapidly growing market is driving transformation and creating value in virtually …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe availability of LTE network coverage in a customer location is not a true indication of a fully operational NB-IoT or LTE-M service. IoT devices are typically installed in remote …

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Ericsson

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemail  Ericsson said the new technology will allow the carrier to expand its LTE footprint across the country   Swedish vendor Ericsson and Australian carrier Telstra said they have successfully …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailAs the summer ends, the weather worsens. For some, the changing seasons bring devastating storms. Their shadows grow ever-longer, and the risk to life grows ever-higher. Last year (2017) saw …

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Sprint

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe carrier is currently testing its Mobi self-driving robot using its LTE network in New York Sprint, working with Adaptive Motion Group (AMG), is starting to deploy its “Mobi” self-driving …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailUS carrier Verizon wants to make it easier for enterprises to launch IoT services on its LTE-M network. Its new ThingSpace Ready programme is designed to help developers and enterprises …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailCommercial and public safety companies are moving inexorably away from TETRA based communications and embracing LTE-based technologies, Chinese vendor Huawei company told Enterprise IoT Insights following the launch of its …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailMobile workforces present unique connectivity challenges when compared to a traditional office environment. Traveling along bumpy roads, traversing service areas, and powering devices using a vehicle battery are factors requiring …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailUK carriers have paid £1.35 billion ($1.9bn) in the first stage of bidding for new 3.4 GHz radio spectrum, for use with 5G services, including high-bandwidth IoT-based concepts like autonomous …

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