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Note, this article is continued from a previous entry, under the headline: ‘A “different beast” in the telco pack – often it’s not about 5G at all, says Orange’. For …

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Orange’s supply of a non-cellular Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) indoor tracking system for aerospace manufacturer Safran Aircraft Engines in France, announced in November, is the jumping off point for a …

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Orange Business Services, the IT and system integrator (SI) division of mobile operator Orange, has delivered a non-cellular Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) based indoor tracking system for aerospace manufacturer Safran …

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Semiconductor company Morse Micro, developing Wi-Fi HaLow for low-power mid-range IoT connectivity, has confirmed its various chipsets, modules, and reference designs have been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance as part …

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Nordic Semiconductor is now offering embedded machine learning (ML) software with its cellular-based IoT chipset portfolio. The move continues its partnership with US-based Edge Impulse, which makes miniaturised ML (‘TinyML’) …

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Netherlands postal logistics provider PostNL has deployed Bluetooth-based tracking beacons on 250,000 roll containers. It has partnered with Polish IoT provider Kontakt.io on the project. PostNL delivers 1.1 million parcels …

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IoT connectivity company Wirepas is readying a new mesh-based industrial IoT technology in the license-free 1.9 GHz spectrum band to go up against cellular-based private 5G systems. Its new product, …

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Toronto-based BehrTech has combined with Texas Instruments to release the first dual-stack low-power IoT chip to run both wide-area MIOTY and short-range Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) connectivity. The unit makes …

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Nordic Semiconductor has expanded its presence in South America with a new sales and technical support agreement with Brazilian consulting firm BP&M. The chipmaker reckons “IoT is on a roll” …

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The FiRa Consortium, the organisation looking to build the IoT market around the burgeoning ultra wideband (UWB) technology, is taking on new members at a decent rate. Germany-based wireless test …

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