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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAustralian internet-of-things (IoT) operator National Narrowband Network Co (NNNCo) has signed a strategic investment agreement with global energy and environment company Enzen Group. The $8 million deal is geared towards …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailSatellite connectivity, spurred by new projects from the likes of Amazon and SpaceX, will support 24 million IoT connections by 2024, bringing new competition to established IoT technologies like LoRa, …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThree quarters of the IoT market will be given over to low-power wide-area (LPWA) network solutions, compared with just one quarter for high-bandwidth low-latency 5G applications. So says the LoRa …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail French IoT specialist Kerlink and Indian company Tata Communications Transformation Services (TCTS) announced a partnership to promote and deploy LoRaWAN IoT networks globally. Under the terms of the agreement, …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAs we have heard, the UK’s 5G RuralFirst project is trying to do with 5G (or 5G-related tech) what the telecoms industry has failed to do with previous generations, and …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailLow-power wide-area (LPWA) networking technologies like LoRaWAN and NB-IoT, among others, are helping farmers to connect their work to the internet, as we have heard. This connectivity provides a platform …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe biggest fragmentation in smart agriculture is with base-line connectivity, which establishes the platform for the analytics and automation tools that will change farming. “Connectivity is a neccessary evil,” says …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailManufacturing has come full circle, from craft production in the first industrial age, through mass production in the global age, and a new compulsion towards hyper-customisation and the idea of …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailTwo million farms and 36 million cattle will be connected to the internet by low-power wide-area (LPWA) networks, and other technologies, by 2024. This is the calculation from analyst house …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailCertain functions of smart farming will not work on low-power wide-area (LPWA) networks, even while technologies like LoRaWAN and NB-IoT tend to support most smart agricultural technologies, as they exist …

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