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Last month, the CBRS community in the US made a swift counter-strike, in the form of a joint letter to the FCC and NTIA, against a report by telecoms lobby …

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A session at Private Networks European Forum (PNEF) last month considered the challenges, and broader cultural shift, to bring ‘private 5G to the masses’. Koen Mioulet, secretary at the European …

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We need to talk about private networks (some more). Because earlier this month, Enterprise IoT Insights opened the European edition of Private Networks Forum with a salutary address about the …

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Note, this is a revised version of the intro/outro statements at Private Networks European Forum earlier this month, presented then as a way to invite conversation about the state of …

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Heliot Europe, the biggest Sigfox operator in Europe, has joined the MIOTY Alliance, the group promoting MIOTY as an alternative to low-power IoT technologies like Sigfox, as well as LoRaWAN …

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NTT is making waves in the private 5G market right now; deals with BMW on a test installation at its production site in Dingolfing in Germany and with local airport …

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Someone somewhere said something about 5,000 ‘private networks’ in China. (Forgive me for not having the reference to hand; I am trying to write quickly and cover ground.) The point, …

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Some new light on the murky, creeping digital change taking place in the automotive sector, long-considered the flashiest venue for Industry 4.0 (but highly secretive and deeply conservative), and specifically …

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Frankfurt-based airport operator Fraport, which operates Frankfurt Airport in Germany, has commissioned IT service provider NTT to build the “Europe’s largest private 5G campus network” (so-far announced), it has said. …

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This is article is taken from a recent editorial report on Industrial 5G Innovation – From Setting Standard to Becoming Standard; the previous instalment in this serialised version of the …

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