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Italian-American IoT module maker Telit has followed up its deal for the cellular IoT division of French firm Thales with the purchase of California-based custom IoT solutions startup Mobilogix for …

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Note, this article is continued from a previous entry, available here.  So what happens behind the ‘green curtain’, exactly? What is the trick that non-cellular IoT leader Semtech is looking …

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There is a temptation to view this deal as symbolic, somehow, suggests Enterprise IoT Insights; that with the purchase of cellular IoT champ Sierra Wireless, Semtech is stepping beyond the …

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IoT Ventures selected Semtech to supply LoRa devices for its Drought Early Warning System, a network of low-cost rainwater tank and rain monitors   IoT semiconductor company Semtech announced a …

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The IoT hardware market has, suddenly, shrunk – in order to expand, and to rebalance the western power-play. So say market watchers, reacting to the twin acquisitions this week by …

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There were two high profile pieces of M&A news in the IoT hardware space in the last week. First up, on Friday 29th July, Telit and Thales announced that they …

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Well, it didn’t take long; “advanced talks” between Semtech and Sierra Wireless, as reported yesterday, have quickly concluded, with US firm Semtech confirming a deal to acquire its Canadian counterpart …

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Note, this article has been superseded (see report here), following conclusion of the agreement between Semtech and Sierra Wireless. US and Canadian firms Semtech and Sierra Wireless have confirmed they …

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Swedish ferry company Stena Line has deployed a dual-band LoRa/LoRaWAN-based network, with IoT gateways and devices in unlicensed spectrum, on its Stena Hollandica roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) passenger ferry, following work by …

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Semtech, the steward of LoRa-based hardware production, picked up the baton at LoRaWAN World Expo last week (see more here: LoRaWAN goes [Iggy] pop) to further relay the message that …

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