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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail German telco Deutsche Telekom and Software AG have announced a strategic partnership to deliver IoT services on a global scale. Under the terms of the deal, Deutsche Telekom and …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailOne key element that was skirted around in Enterprise IoT Insights’ recent report on digital change in the power sector: the nitty-gritty of data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI). We …

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IIoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Boston-based tech firm PTC announced that Lufthansa Technik Group has selected the Windchill Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and the ThingWorx Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platforms as the core technology to digitally transform …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailHP and Siemens have combined to offer an “integrated” additive manufacturing solution for manufacturing companies, with the likes of VW and Jaguar Land Rover in the wings. The initiative, drawing …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailSamsung and Telensa are to collaborate on smart city projects around streetlighting and data governance, with work slated in South Korea, followed by wider deployments across Asia Pacific and in …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailUK smart street-lighting firm Telensa has appointed Belfast-based digital services provider Kainos as lead partner in the ramp-up and rollout of its Urban Data Project to additional smart cities. The …

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IBM

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailTechnology that was designed for optimising data centres is being applied to power distribution in airports and hospitals. Canadian infrastructure management firm Maya Heat Transfer Technologies (HTT) has repackaged its …

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Microsoft

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Two schools in Houston will pilot an internet of things (IoT)-enabled platform called ActiveShield to improve public safety. The IoT safe-spaces technology created by Insight Enterprises (NSIT) integrates with …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGerman automotive manufacturer Volkswagen will start construction of its own 5G mobile networks in 122 factories in Germany in 2020, according to a report in Wirtschaftswoche, the German business magazine. …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailHaving effectvely reduced the discipline of network operations to an elaborate marketing exercise, to sell look-alike SIM cards and airtime bundles, it seems the new 5G era has telecoms operators …

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