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Deutsche Telekom is working with The Things Industries (TTI), the industrial solutions division of LoRaWAN network provider The Things Network (TTN), to combine licensed and unlicensed low-power wide-area (LPWA) technologies …

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As is its job, the LoRa Alliance took to the (virtual) stage at The Things Conference this week to proclaim its destiny, slate the competition, and gee-up the troops. The …

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2020 has been a year of reckoning with a devastating human toll. Technology was a silver lining. It has helped us – as people, businesses and societies – to cope …

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Jon Lewis, director of strategy at UK-based smart street lighting company Telensa highlights a dozen tech trends to watch for in the year ahead. Here goes… 1 | The ‘smart …

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If there was ever a critical proof-point for the efficacy of IoT technologies, then this is it: the coordinated global shipment of coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines. This is the moment, arguably, …

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One thing that became abundantly clear during the Covid-19 pandemic was the importance of the supply chain throughout the enterprise. From the factory floor through distribution to retail stores and …

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The LoRaWAN low-power wide-area IoT connectivity protocol has been integrated into Amazon Web Services’ cloud-based IoT core network server. The news comes as the LoRaWAN community pushes Amazon to re-think …

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The LoRa Alliance, the technical and marketing group promoting the LoRaWAN protocol for wide-area network (WAN) communications, is looking at ways to tweak the LoRaWAN specification for Amazon, so the …

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US IoT provider Senet has released a suite of radio access network (RAN) planning and management tools to support rollout of LoRaWAN networks by traditional infrastructure providers, and other new …

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1 | FedEx + BLE – for tracking vaccine shipments FedEx has introduced a new Bluetooth based asset tracking system in time for anticipated shipping of COVID-19 vaccines, as well as …

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