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France-based virtual operator Transatel, busily offering somehow-unfashionable local MVNO and MVNE services in Europe for two decades already, has a second (actually, third and fourth) life, suddenly, in the global …

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Senet has expanded its public LoRaWAN network across all five boroughs of New York City through a combination of Senet-owned infrastructure, roaming deals with partner networks, and formal integration with …

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French aerospace and security company Thales is working with Belgium-based carrier services company BICS to simplify embedded SIM (eSIM) usage in the IoT market, the pair have said. Basically, Thales …

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Mobile operator Orange has reaffirmed its support for LoRaWAN in France “until at least 2027”, committing to maintain the non-cellular technology as a terrestrial IoT network with nationwide coverage in …

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KDDI-owned IoT provider Soracom has announced a deal with Orange to expand its network for IoT connectivity “around the world”. The arrangement allows Japan-based Soracom to take advantage of Orange’s …

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Blockchain-based edge-operated network company Helium has a new roaming deal with Dutch LoRaWAN network operator Techtenna, allowing Techtenna-originated LoRaWAN devices to utilize Helium’s network in Europe and the US, and …

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Boston-headquartered carrier services company iBASIS has acquired Dutch IoT platform provider and mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE) Simfony for an undisclosed fee. The deal was completed via iBASIS’s highly acquisitive …

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Helium has followed roaming deals with LoRaWAN operator Senet in the US and LoRaWAN platform provider Actility in Europe with a new roaming tie-up with LoRaWAN provider X-TELIA in Canada. …

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Germany-based IoT provider 1NCE is to set up a new home in Miami in the US, from where it will run its operations in the North America region. The company, …

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International cellular provider BICS has promised to offer the largest NB-IoT footprint in the world, to match its existing roaming coverage on 2G, 3G, and 4G in 700 networks and …

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