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IoT device management platform Pelion, previously a unit within Arm, has been spun-out as a standalone business, wholly-owned by the UK chip design firm. At the same time, it has …

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Netherlands-based engineering and design firm SODAQ has invented a solar-powered cellular IoT asset tracker which dispenses with a battery altogether, and runs by harvesting solar energy alone. It is the …

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The MulteFire Alliance has launched a certification program for the original 1.0 version of the MulteFire specification. A radio unit and device from Nokia are the first products to go …

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Private network operator and industrial connectivity specialist Citymesh has expanded its spectrum holding in Belgium to 100MHz of the 3.5 GHz band. It will use the new tranche of spectrum …

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A number of major IoT outfits are collaborating under the auspices of the Zigbee Alliance to develop a new application-layer connectivity standard for the smart buildings market. Members of the …

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Sigfox has announced deals with Austrian logistics and postal provider Austrian Post and Australian keg rental provider Konvoy Group, via local Sigfox operators Heliot and Thinxtra, respectively. Between them, the …

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HUS Helsinki University Hospital is working with Finnish carrier Elisa to lay the ground for 5G-enabled ‘video robots’ to enable doctors and nurses to interact with coronavirus (Covid-19) patients remotely. …

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Nordic Semiconductor has struck a deal with Arkessa to offer wider international cellular IoT connectivity with its nRF9160 system-in-package (SiP), the Trondheim-based firm’s flagship dual-mode LTE-M and NB-IoT module. Global …

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France-based Bouygues Telecom has joined with IBM to collaborate with enterprises on industrial 5G use cases in the manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, energy and utilities, and smart city sectors. Bouygues Telecom …

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Over three quarters of projected economic growth from 5G in the UK will be driven by just three sectors: manufacturing, construction, and agriculture. These industries, considered to be linchpin ‘verticals’ …

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