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Private network operator and industrial connectivity specialist Citymesh has expanded its spectrum holding in Belgium to 100MHz of the 3.5 GHz band. It will use the new tranche of spectrum …

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The number of industrial IoT connections will double in volume (up by 107 percent) in the next five years, going from 17.7 billion in 2020 to 36.8 billion in 2025; …

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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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Sigfox appears to have made good on its promise to hit the magic dollar mark for asset tracking devices, and to shore up its position in the fragmented IoT networking …

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More than 80 percent of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the asset tracking space are releasing products for cellular low-power wide-area (LPWA) network connectivity, with high growth in LTE-M trackers …

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Shipments of asset trackers will increase by more than 50 percent annually through 2024, driven by growth in low-power wide-area (LPWA) networks and smaller, cheaper and smarter IoT devices.  Asset …

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In truth, Wi-Fi HaLow is not new. The solution, geared towards low-power mid-range IoT solutions, was announced back in 2016. But there is gathering momentum around it, with chips and …

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Note, this article is taken from a new Enterprise IoT Insights editorial report on the combination of low-power short- and long-range communications technologies in hybrid IoT systems. Go here for …

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A single connectivity technology will suffice for certain IoT applications, but the real magic is being realised when two or more complementary IoT technologies combine. Increasingly, solution providers are looking …

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Sometimes IoT technologies work better in concert. The standard model for IoT networks to combine two or more different connectivity technologies is when short-range wireless protocols are used in the …

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