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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailSwedish operator Telenor has tied-up with country-mate Ericsson to sell the vendor’s pre-packed private LTE and 5G to factories and warehouses. It is the first operator to sign as a …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailDell Computers, STMicroelectronics, and Software AG have thrown their weight behind blockchain-rival The Tangle to record and secure transactions and payments between machines in the industrial IoT space.  The companies, …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailCalifornia-based private LTE/5G startup and CBRS champ Celona has announced eight test deployments of its wireless networking solution using CBRS spectrum, along with new partnerships for CBRS-based networks with edge …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGerman car giants Volkswagen and BMW have confirmed massive Industry 4.0 investments, and firmed up their interests in private industrial 5G as a means to factory automation and slicker production. …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe Digital Supply Chain Institute, a US research group focused on the evolution of supply chains in the digital economy, has recommended supply chain companies set up ‘war rooms’ to …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailUS LoRaWAN provider Senet and French LoRaWAN provider Objenious have both certified battery-operated tracking devices and telematics software from Australian IoT maker Digital Matter. The certification means ready integration and …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailBy 2025, 5G connections should cover 40 per cent of Europe’s workforce, 70 per cent of its industrial sites, and 80 per cent of its main logistics routes. This was …

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Nokia IoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailNokia signed “nearly” 40 new customers for private LTE networks in the three months to the end of 2019, it said. It grew its private LTE client base by around …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailIndustrial IoT’s biggest problem? The fear of failure in a risk adverse industry. So says Ericsson, which recommends a two-pronged approach to spur takeup among overly-cautious manufacturing companies. The first …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailDeutsche Telekom has public-private ‘campus’ networking setups with various customers, offering a kind of proto-slicing, as a precursor to industrial 5G. It has so far announced deals with German lighting …

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