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toyota connected cars

Japanese mobile operator KDDI has partnered with Orange Business Services to provide customized IoT services for Toyota and Mazda. The Orange solution will allow the Japanese automotive manufacturers to offer connected …

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private 5G

  Samsung Electronics and Japanese operator KDDI signed an agreement to expand their collaboration in the 5G network business in Japan. Under the terms of the new deal, the companies …

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Qualcomm has launched a certification programme for combining augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) devices and Snapdragon-based 5G smartphones. The programme will approve tethered AR and VR devices for …

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smart drones

  Japanese carrier KDDI and Korean telco LG Uplus announced plans to launch Coretronic Intelligent Robotics Corporation (CIRC)’s G6.0, a drone compatible with smart drone platforms, in Japan and South …

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Vodafone is embedding AWS compute and storage services at the edge of its 5G network in Europe, starting in the UK and Germany and rolling out to other European territories. …

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Altair

Israeli firm Altair Semicondictor will embed ‘cloud location over cellular’ (C-LoC) software into its ALT1250 dual-mode NB-IoT and LTE-M chipset. It has worked with C-LoC technology firm Polte Corporation on …

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A slew of enterprise funds and venture capital has been staked on the enterprise-facing internet-of-things (IoT) sector in recent months, as vendors have got a better grasp of the technology …

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SoftBank

Investor confidence in the burgeoning industrial ‘internet-of-things’ (IIoT) market is up, reckon industry commentators. A slew of enterprise funds and venture capital has been staked on the sector’s growth in …

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Sigfox operator UnaBiz has raised over $10 million in Series A funding to develop ‘internet-of-things’ (IoT) infrastructure and services in Singapore and Taiwan. The funding included investments from Japanese operator …

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security IoT device

Mobile operators from every region have backed the GSMA’s new IoT security guidelines. AT&T is the only US operator so far to have committed to the GSMA measures; it is …

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