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London-based startup FloLIVE, offering global 5G connectivity for high-performance IoT, has combined with SIM specialist Kigen and chip maker Sony Semiconductor Israel (Sony; formerly Altair)) on a new iSIM-based cellular …

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This article is continued from a previous entry, covering key NB-IoT deployments 1-5, which is available here. Both are taken from a new report, entitled NB-IoT – what has gone …

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Vodafone has deployed iSIM-based NB-IoT-connected sensor units, loosely resembling the printable iSIM tracker solution it developed with Altair and Arm for pharma firm Bayer last year, along the UK’s southern …

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Truphone has combined with chipset maker Sony Semiconductor Israel and SIM specialist Kigen on an integrated SIM (iSIM) solution for global IoT deployments. Altair and Kigen have worked separately to …

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Sony Semiconductor Israel has released a new cellular IoT chipset for NB-IoT networks. The firm’s low-power Altair ALT1255 chipset is designed for LTE Cat NB2 devices, running the Release 14 …

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Note, a version of this article appears in a new report on the asset tracking sector, called Asset Tracking – and the March Towards Massive IoT. The report can be …

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Softbank-backed satellite IoT startup Skylo is set to deploy 5G-ready NB-IoT chipsets that can connect via geostationary satellites, it has said. The California-based firm has teamed up with Sony Semiconductor …

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Technology has a history of helping to track and treat viruses. With the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring COVID-19 a global pandemic, people are asking how new technologies such as …

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Israeli firm Altair Semicondictor will embed ‘cloud location over cellular’ (C-LoC) software into its ALT1250 dual-mode NB-IoT and LTE-M chipset. It has worked with C-LoC technology firm Polte Corporation on …

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1 | GCF certification sets Altair to “revolutionise cellular IoT” Cellular IoT chipset maker Altair Semiconductor, owned by Sony Corporation, has announced its lab has been officially authorised by the …

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