Homehealthcare

Note, this article is taken from a new editorial report on the state of digital change in the healthcare sector (see image below). The report – Challenges with Digital Change …

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Healthcare is, arguably, the most complex sector for technologists to crack – and one that  offers the greatest opportunity for change, as well. Healthcare is delivered differently in every market, and …

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France-based Bouygues Telecom has joined with IBM to collaborate with enterprises on industrial 5G use cases in the manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, energy and utilities, and smart city sectors. Bouygues Telecom …

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Deutsche Telekom is to build a “new type” of LTE-based campus network using spectrum from its public network to test drone deliveries of medical supplies. The deployment is at the …

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The city of Liverpool has just won a £4.3 million fund, topped-up to £7.15 million, from the UK government to build a private 5G network for local health and social …

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Health tech startup Upstream Health has developed a low-cost IoT monitoring solution with the UK-based Thingstream division of IoT semiconductor maker U-Blox (branded ‘u-blox’) to help with remote care of …

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ericsson IoT health care

Technology has a history of helping to track and treat viruses. With the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring COVID-19 a global pandemic, people are asking how new technologies such as …

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Semtech LoRa

  U.S. company Semtech said that several of its customers, including CIAAIoT, EasyLinkin, IOCA, RisingHF, and Winext Technology, have integrated Semtech’s LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol with cloud-based platforms …

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Covid-19 coronavirus

Sigfox is offering to waive connectivity costs for US-based IoT projects developed on its connectivity infrastructure that seek to address critical challenges related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The French …

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private 5G network

5G officially arrived this year. In certain parts of the US, it’s already providing AT&T users with upload speeds as fast as 500 megabytes per second and significantly reduced latency. …

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