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Australian outfit Konvoy Group started three years ago, in the summer of 2019, as a keg rental business, offering logistics support to craft brewers in its home country. It has, …

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France-based virtual operator Transatel, busily offering somehow-unfashionable local MVNO and MVNE services in Europe for two decades already, has a second (actually, third and fourth) life, suddenly, in the global …

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Sony Semiconductor Israel has introduced a new dual-band low-power cellular IoT chipset solution which it claims is the “first” to combine the both LTE-M and NB-IoT in a single integrated …

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A session at Private Networks European Forum (PNEF) last month considered the challenges, and broader cultural shift, to bring ‘private 5G to the masses’. Koen Mioulet, secretary at the European …

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Twenty-six organizations and alliances in the US with active interests in private and shared cellular for enterprise usage have jointly written to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the National …

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Semiconductor firm Skyworks Solutions claims to have produced the world’s smallest dual-mode cellular IoT system-in-package (SiP) solution. The US outfit partnered with IoT chip and module maker Sequans Communications on …

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Four industry experts joined RCR Wireless News to discuss the technical barriers to digital transformation.

Industry 4.0 represents a shift from ‘islands of automation’ to cyber-physical systems Four industry experts came together at the 5G Manufacturing Forum to offer insight into how some of the …

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Note, this article is taken from the intro/outro sessions at 5G Manufacturing Forum, hosted by Enterprise IoT Insights and RCR Wireless. It is a summary, a ramble, and a call-to-arms …

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Network design and services firm Betacom has struck a channel sales deal (“integrated delivery model”) with Qualcomm whereby enterprise customers in the Industry 4.0 space will be able to link …

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Eight percent of stock in the supply chain, between production and consumption, never even arrives – mostly because it either spoils in transit (4.3 percent) or is discarded as surplus …

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