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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailLas Vegas is working with network operator AT&T and IoT provider Ubicquia to trial a new smart street-lighting solution that makes use of existing lighting infrastructure. In a flurry of …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAT&T has slipped out a minor announcement about LTE connectivity on latest-model Toyota and Lexus cars and trucks in the US, starting from the fall, just as the technology and …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailFood cold storage operator Lineage Logistics has engaged IoT solution provider ndustrial.io and carrier AT&T to reduce annual energy usage by 34 per cent and annual energy costs by $4 …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailCarrier focused connected-car companies Tantalum and Springworks have combined in a deal worth around £14 million, bolstering their position in Europe and the US automotive and telecommunications markets. The deal …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailNote, this is the third part of a wide-ranging interview with AT&T President of IoT Solutions Chris Penrose; for the first instalment go here. AT&T has used the line before: …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailNote, this is the second part of a wide-ranging interview with AT&T President of IoT Solutions Chris Penrose; for the first instalment go here. In all, AT&T has connected 48 …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe greatest challenge for Chris Penrose, president of IoT solutions at AT&T, is just to order and manage the multiplying opportunities afforded by the advancement of machine connectivity and intelligence. …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe City of San Diego has extended its smart street lighting network with another 1,000 sensor nodes, and new applications for parking, traffic and public safety. San Diego has worked …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  The telco is expected to end this year with a market share of 53% in this segment   AT&T is forecasted to reach 48% of total cellular IoT connections …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe problem with smart cities is no one wants to buy them. Because no one knows how to sell them. The technology is proven, but the commercial models are only …

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