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Sony Semiconductor Israel has introduced a new dual-band low-power cellular IoT chipset solution which it claims is the “first” to combine the both LTE-M and NB-IoT in a single integrated …

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Belfast-based SIM development firm Kigen, previously part of chip design company Arm, is working with US carrier AT&T to enable IoT manufacturers to transfer SIM ownership of AT&T-connected IoT devices …

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Italian-American IoT module maker Telit is to acquire the cellular IoT unit of French aerospace, defence, and security company Thales in return for a quarter-share of its expanded industrial IoT …

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The ability of eSIM technology to deliver advanced security, seamless and flexible connectivity, and full end-to-end digitalisation – along with myriad other benefits such as greener supply chains – has …

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Deutsche Telekom has teamed up with Japanese module maker Murata and Dutch chip company Nowi on a small-sized energy-harvesting NB-IoT module (pictured) that uses the German operator’s proprietary iSIM solution, …

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London-based startup FloLIVE, offering global 5G connectivity for high-performance IoT, has combined with SIM specialist Kigen and chip maker Sony Semiconductor Israel (Sony; formerly Altair)) on a new iSIM-based cellular …

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IoT chip and module maker Sequans Communications has said its Monarch 2 module, offering dual-band LTE-M and NB-IoT connectivity, is available as a GSMA-compliant integrated SIM (iSIM / iUICC) unit. …

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This article is continued from a previous entry, covering key NB-IoT challenges 1-5 – which is available here. Both articles are taken from a new report, entitled NB-IoT – what …

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Note, this article is taken from a new report, entitled NB-IoT – what has gone wrong, and when will it go right? The full report is available here. A webinar …

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This article is continued from a previous entry, covering key NB-IoT deployments 1-5, which is available here. Both are taken from a new report, entitled NB-IoT – what has gone …

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