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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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Between device hijacking, data breaches, and intellectual property theft, there are many known risks associated with a cybersecurity compromise in internet of things (IoT) applications. At the same time, many …

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Nokia has signed a deal with the African Telecommunications Union (ATU) to leverage industrial 5G, and other technologies, to drive the Industry 4.0 movement on the continent, as well as …

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Vodafone has urged the UK government to write targets and incentives for 5G and IoT adoption into its forthcoming net-zero strategy blueprints, due to be published later this year. The …

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Microsoft and Nokia have partnered with the South Australian Government to combine ‘space technology’ and terrestrial 5G in service of local industry, including as the basis for digital change in …

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The University of Birmingham in the UK has devised a plan to be “the world’s smartest global campus” by deploying IoT sensing and AI sense-making technologies to link academic research …

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If the main event – the big report from which this article is taken – makes the case for operator-led management of private industrial 5G networks, with a primary investigation …

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California-based private LTE/5G startup Celona is the first company to implement the O-RAN Alliance’s specifications for open radio access network (open RAN) software in private 5G enterprise networks, it has …

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