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India is to say ‘no’ to direct spectrum allocations to enterprises for private 5G and Industry 4.0, as provisioned in most other major industrial markets, according to reports. Instead, the …

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The Commercial Court of Toulouse in France has delayed its decision on the sale of Sigfox until April 21. The decision, originally scheduled for today (April 14), gives Singapore-based UnaBiz, …

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Singapore-based UnaBiz, the front-runner in the race to buy Sigfox, has had its bid for the ailing French IoT firm blocked by the French Ministry of Economy, as political hyper-sensitivity …

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The Scotland 5G Centre (S5GC), a government-sponsored research centre with the universities of Strathclyde and Glasgow, has opened new private 5G network testbeds in Aberdeen and Kilmarnock, in Scotland. The …

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The first Centre for Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR) in Africa has opened in Rwanda, with a focus on data governance, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning. It joins a network …

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Industrial IoT is the tech answer to the business challenge of environmental sustainability. Everyone says so; everyone knows so. And yet only a third of enterprises are putting their money …

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As a counterpoint to the drive towards lights-out industrial automation, and its own role in it as supplier of sundry Industry 4.0 componentry – including, as of last week, private …

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Vodafone added 24 million IoT SIM connections in the 12 months to September 30. Its total connections count stood at 136 million at the end of the period, at the …

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Industrial 5G and IoT – or at least, the digital pyrotechnics sprung from 5G and IoT networks – can help the planet reduce carbon emissions, reckons the tech and telecoms …

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The Scotland 5G Centre, a government-sponsored research centre with the universities of Strathclyde and Glasgow, has opened a private 5G network testbed in Dumfries in the south of Scotland, to …

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