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Note, this article is continued from a previous entry, under the headline: ‘A “different beast” in the telco pack – often it’s not about 5G at all, says Orange’. For …

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The Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company (WBRC), a joint venture between real-estate investment firm Dorchester Regeneration and house-building company Taylor Wimpey, has appointed local system integrator Electronic Media Services (EMS) …

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Spain-based IoT provider Libelium has launched a new cloud platform, Libelium Cloud, to manage multi-vendor IoT environments. The firm said the launch “completes” its reinvention as an “end-to-end” IoT solutions …

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Sequans sees IoT growth in key verticals, including utilities, healthcare and asset tracking The vision of enterprise digital transformation is predicated on using Internet of Things (IoT) devices to turn …

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US satellite broadband provider Viasat has agreed a deal to acquire UK-based counterpart Inmarsat for $7.3 billion. The combined company will integrate their spectrum, satellite, and terrestrial assets as a …

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IoT module maker and service provider Telit is offering five- and 10-year prepaid airtime plans on its new mobile core network Telit NExT, the company has said. Telit is offering …

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Private networking company Celona has announced it has deployed a private LTE network in the 3.55-3.7 GHz CBRS band in the US on the grounds at California State University, Stanislaus. …

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Indian mobile operator Vodafone Idea Limited, doing business as Vi, is working with Italy-based private 5G specialist Athonet to test 5G-based solutions for Industry 4.0, and related disciplines. The partnership …

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Singapore-based IoT service provider UnaBiz has raised a further $25 million as part of a Series B funding round led by Tokyo-based investment company SPARX Group. The round was oversubscribed, …

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The number of satellite IoT subscribers will increase at a compound rate of 35.8 percent per year to reach 15.7 million in 2025, from around 3.4 million in 2020. Analyst …

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