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Red Hat and Intel have extended their Industry 4.0 partnership to combine their open source software and industrial edge hardware to spur the smart manufacturing and smart energy sectors. The …

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UK-based Arm has introduced a new cloud-based IoT design system to enable software development for IoT without the need for physical silicon. The new offering, called Arm Total Solutions for …

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Vodafone has deployed iSIM-based NB-IoT-connected sensor units, loosely resembling the printable iSIM tracker solution it developed with Altair and Arm for pharma firm Bayer last year, along the UK’s southern …

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nokia airport 4.0

Airport 4.0 combines connectivity, automation, AI, robotics, digital twins Nokia’s vision for Airport 4.0, as articulated in a recent piece titled, “The time for airports to digitalize is now,” encompasses …

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Finnish telco Elisa has acquired a majority stake in Belgium-based industrial health and safety software provider TenForce, as part of the continuing expansion of its smart factory business. While continuing …

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The crucial trend in the internet-of-things (IoT) space to bring miniaturised machine learning (ML) into battery-powered edge devices is gathering pace. Chip maker Infineon Technologies has just announced a new …

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Semiconductor maker STMicroelectronics (STMicro) has agreed a deal to acquire France-based edge AI software specialist Cartesiam for an undisclosed fee. The deal covers all Cartesiam’s assets, including its intellectual property …

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Japan-based electronics company Panasonic has acquired US supply management company Blue Yonder outright for $5.6 billion. The deal, completed last month and slated to close shortly, saw Panasonic acquire the …

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Organizations have been increasing the rate at which they adopt IoT technologies in 2020 as a direct response to Covid-19, deploying remote management and secure connectivity of devices to enable …

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The IoT market for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) services will reach $1.09 billion in 2020 and grow to about 10-times the size, to $10.6 billion, by 2026, …

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