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Sigfox IoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailInternational carrier services company BICS has gone from a useful clearing house for airtime to a close strategic partner for communications providers of every type. Importantly, the company can bring …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailIoT networking company Sigfox has big plans for 2019. Every IoT company does, of course, but the French firm has set a target to secure ‘global’ coverage by setting up …

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Cisco

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailLas Vegas is working with network operator AT&T and IoT provider Ubicquia to trial a new smart street-lighting solution that makes use of existing lighting infrastructure. In a flurry of …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail SEQUANS | Four new LTE-M / NB-IoT trackers for supply chain, vehicle industries French chipmaker Sequans is releasing four new IoT trackers for asset and vehicle tracking, among other …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailFrench IoT chipmaker Sequans has announced it will embed ‘cloud location over cellular’ (C-LoC) software to its LTE-M and NB-IoT Monarch platform, creating a IoT location solution that does not …

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Ericsson internet of things IoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailSwedish vendor Ericsson is looking at ways to employ artificial intelligence to enable advanced “fingerprinting” of mobile radio networks to enhance the positioning resolution of LTE-M and NB-IoT devices. The …

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Australian

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  Under the agreement, Telstra will soon launch Arduino’s new IoT developer board in the Australian market   Telstra has signed a partnership with open source hardware and software ecosystem …

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NB-IoT Vodafone

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe carrier said it already operates 1.6 million IoT connections in New Zealand Vodafone New Zealand has launched its NB-IoT and LTE-M networks in the country, which will allow users …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe number of cellular IoT connections, comprising NB-IoT and LTE-M technologies, will reach 4.1 billion in 2024. As reference, the new forecast reckons the number of cellular IoT connections, mostly …

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Deutsche Telekom

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe German carrier is working with partners to develop LTE-M solutions German carrier Deutsche Telekom confirmed plans to launch LTE-M technology in 2019, the telco said in a statement. The …

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