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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailUS carrier Verizon is the first carrier to certify Sequans’ LTE-M based Monarch Go modem components. Sprint and Deutsche Telekom have approved its other Monarch-based units. The French chipmaker has …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  Canadian telecom operator Rogers Communications and Fleet Complete announced a strategic partnership to provide local businesses with a full range of commercial fleet management and asset tracking solutions. This …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailABI Research has poured water on the idea Wi-Fi 6 will gain mass adoption in the IoT space in the near-term. It has also said a few dominant chipset vendors …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailChip maker Sequans has announced a series of IoT and LTE approvals, including certification with T-Mobile, new devices for private networks, and a new tracking unit with Telstra. The company’s …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAnnual shipments of cellular IoT gateways will reach eight million in 2023, with compound growth (CAGR) of 18.5 per cent per annum in the intervening period, according to IoT analyst …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Steve Szabo, head of global products and solutions for IoT, Verizon Business: “Digital transformation is a hot topic, but it is not a new topic. And it is, itself, …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailLTE-M and NB-IoT networks are being cited as the next evolution for cellular IoT deployments. These new, low-power, low-cost networks will enable a new wave of IoT use cases while …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThis interview, with Niall Strachan, director of product at UK-based Arm’s Pelion IoT business, is taken from a new Enterprise IoT Insights editorial report, called ‘Crossing the IT/OT divide – …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPeder Rand, product manager for cellular IoT, Nordic Semiconductor: “At the start of 2019 the only thing operating on cellular networks around the globe were mobile phones, plus a few …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe number of cellular IoT connections will reach five billion by the end of 2025, from 1.3 billion by the end of 2019, according to Ericsson. Around a half will …

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