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Sigfox has sold its wholly-owned Germany narrowband IoT network to Sigfox operator Heliot Europe, which has been acquired as part of the same deal by Luxembourg-based venture capital firm Cube …

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Mercedes-Benz (Daimler) has opened the doors of its new 5G-connected €730 million Factory 56 facility, part of a €2.1 billion “future-oriented” car plant and the administrative area in Sindelfingen, in …

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Telefónica in Germany has started the process to build its 5G core network and functions in the cloud in order to develop and deploy new IoT and AI solutions for …

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Germany has issued 67 local spectrum licences for private LTE and 5G to enterprises since November 2019. What should we make of this number, and the run-rate so far for …

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NTT Data, the business services division of NTT Group, is working with open RAN provider Mavenir to jointly develop a “complete range” of radio and core access solutions, plus data …

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Sigfox Germany has expanded its product portfolio with the introduction of a range of sensors from Finnish IoT firm Connected Inventions. The new range includes sensors for monitoring dust, temperature, …

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German automotive giant BMW has confirmed it will apply for 5G spectrum licences in the 3.7-3.8 GHz industrial band in local factories at home on an ad hoc basis through …

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This article, in five parts, is continued from Step 1, about spectrum and regulation; this can be found here. 2. SPECTRUM / REGULATION Another crucial part of the jigsaw-roadmap –  …

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Germany is to pump €40 billion into digital transformation of its old coal-mining regions, to drive enterprise and employment as coal mining is phased out in the country. New legislation …

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Germany has a good model for the adoption of renewable energy resources. The country has an aggressive decarbonisation agenda as part of its energiewende (‘energy transition’). It shut down seven …

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