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Alif Semiconductor and Edge Impulse have claimed ‘dramatic increases’ in performance of machine learning in embedded systems through the combination of the former’s Ensemble family of microcontrollers (MCUs) and fusion …

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Note, this article forms the introduction to a new editorial report from Enterprise IoT Insights, Hybrid Low-Power IoT – How The IoT Industry Is Balancing Function And Efficiency. The report …

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Nokia and Nordic Semiconductor are to make Nokia-owned Standard Essential Patent (SEP) licences available with the purchase of cellular IoT hardware from the Norway-based chip and module maker. The cellular …

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This article is continued from a previous entry, covering key NB-IoT challenges 1-5 – which is available here. Both articles are taken from a new report, entitled NB-IoT – what …

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Note, this article is taken from a new report, entitled NB-IoT – what has gone wrong, and when will it go right? The full report is available here. A webinar …

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NB-IoT was supposed to connect everything. It hasn’t. Instead, it has coughed and spluttered, and faced cries about its cost, ecosystem, and coverage. But something is afoot, finally, as devices …

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Nordic Semiconductor is now offering embedded machine learning (ML) software with its cellular-based IoT chipset portfolio. The move continues its partnership with US-based Edge Impulse, which makes miniaturised ML (‘TinyML’) …

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The China model for NB-IoT – state-sponsored incentives, flat-rated airtime pricing, commoditization of hardware – is not all it is cracked up to be, reckon some. Market stats, from various …

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NB-IoT was supposed to connect everything. It hasn’t. Instead, it has coughed and spluttered, and faced cries about its cost, ecosystem, and coverage. But something is afoot, finally, as devices …

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International cellular provider BICS has said it has NB-IoT roaming coverage in a dozen countries, with new NB-IoT deals being signed at a faster rate than on LTE-M, and a …

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