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Vodafone UK has restated its commitment to NB-IoT and doubled the number of sites in its narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) network to meet increasing demand for IoT services, it says. The …

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KDDI-owned IoT connectivity provider Soracom, flush from an injection of new funds from Hitachi and Sony Group, has launched a new platform to allow IoT developers to connect devices using …

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Semiconductor company Morse Micro, developing Wi-Fi HaLow for low-power mid-range IoT connectivity, has released system-on-chip (SoC) and module samples to select developers. The target is to raise interest in Wi-Fi …

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Sigfox was just ahead of its time; the high-cost control-freakery of its business model has been a necessary consequence of its seismic undertaking, a decade ago, to create a market …

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KDDI-owned IoT connectivity provider Soracom has announced new investment from six technology firms, including from two major IoT customers, in the form Nippon Gas (NICIGAS) and Sourcenext Corporation in the …

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Orange has banded together with hardware, software, design, and manufacturing companies in the IoT space to accelerate deployment of cellular IoT in Europe. Canadian module maker Sierra Wireless, French-Italian chip …

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Telus IoT

    Australian operator Telstra has secured a 15-year contract with Melbourne-based utility firm Yarra Valley Water to provide one million industrial IoT connections on Telstra’s IoT network. The win …

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China-based IoT module maker SIMCom is offering its SIM7070 series NB-IoT device with an embedded SIM (eSIM) from German chipmaker Infineon, making the 24 mm x 24 mm SIM7070 the …

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Busy Belgian private network provider and industrial connectivity specialist Citymesh has acquired local Sigfox operator ENGIE M2M. The firm said the addition of ultra-narrowband (UNB) low-power IoT connectivity rounds-out its …

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IoT traffic on latest-generation mobile ‘broadband’ 4G and 5G infrastructure will outrun IoT traffic on old-generation ‘broadband’ 3G and old-school 2G networks in 2021, reckons Ericsson. The terminology gets confusing, …

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