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How are energy and utility companies thinking about edge computing and the security of that edge? A newly released report from AT&T looks specifically at how this sector is making …

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Swiss food-and-drink manufacturing conglomerate Nestlé has tapped Brazilian telecoms duo Claro and Embratel, both subsidiaries of Mexican group América Móvil, to build a private 5G network at a factory in …

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Belfast-based SIM development firm Kigen, previously part of chip design company Arm, is working with US carrier AT&T to enable IoT manufacturers to transfer SIM ownership of AT&T-connected IoT devices …

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AT&T in Mexico has installed a private LTE network from Finnish vendor Nokia at the APM Terminals port in Puerto Progreso, in the Yucatán in Mexico. The pair are billing …

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IoT roaming

The research noted that only 2% of total IoT roaming connections will rely on 5G networks by 2027   The amount of data generated by roaming IoT connections globally is …

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Weird, and frustrating; Swedish vendor Ericsson has issued a press release, the day after Nordic rival Nokia, about a new working relationship with T-Mobile in the US on private 5G. …

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Note, for more on this topic, and more on Schneider Electric’s private 5G story, catch Zach Nimboorkar on the Enterprise IoT Insights webinar on April 28 on Industrial 5G (From …

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Another challenge, apart from devices, with the mission to scale industrial 5G is with sales channels. Speaking a while back, following its “flagship” arrangement with system integrator Kyndryl for its …

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AT&T is working with Microsoft to enable US enterprises to roam from private LTE and 5G networks using the shared CBRS band to public networks using its own licensed spectrum …

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Lord knows what Red Hat does, exactly, if you’ll excuse the language, but Christ knows it is good to talk to. And clearly, on the interplay between cellular networking and …

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