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Telit

Module maker Telit is targeting IoT applications that leverage video and virtual reality with its latest release. The company said its new LM940 module will be the router and gateway …

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artificial intelligence ai

Scyfer has developed AI solutions for verticals including manufacturing, healthcare and finance U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm Technologies announced the acquisition of Dutch firm Scyfer, an affiliate of the University of Amsterdam …

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North America

A growing number of smart cities are currently under development in North America. City authorities in several cities across the U.S are taking steps in order to implement smart city …

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Huawei

Huawei is one of the driving forces behind narrowband IoT, but the company may also capture a piece of the market for LTE Category M1 solutions. Its newest internet of …

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Sequans

The intersection of LTE and the internet of things has the potential to be a major market, and no one is more aware of that than Georges Karam. Karam founded …

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modules

IoT module makers Sierra Wireless and U-Blox have both announced modules that support two different cellular standards for low-power wide area connectivity. Both companies are bringing solutions that support LTE …

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voice

Qualcomm and Ericsson assist with VoLTE on LTE Cat M1 network Verizon Wireless said it has shown that voice-over-LTE works on its LTE Cat M1 network, meaning that internet of …

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smart

Add Qualcomm to the list of companies that wants to be part of your smart home. The world’s leading maker of smartphone chipsets has released a platform for manufacturers that …

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modules

Sprint has certified new IoT modules designed to help customers migrate internet of things devices onto the carrier’s LTE network. The carrier currently has 13.4 million connected IoT devices, and …

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drone IoT

LTE-M and NB-IoT enable capabilities for asset tracking, smart meters and other key IoT applications; plus drones controlled over commercial LTE networks Many industry watchers, including me, have referred to …

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