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Sony Semiconductor Israel has introduced a new dual-band low-power cellular IoT chipset solution which it claims is the “first” to combine the both LTE-M and NB-IoT in a single integrated …

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KDDI-owned IoT connectivity provider Soracom has announced a deal with France-based outfit IDEMIA, a supplier of identity-related security services, to offer enterprise customers an optimised low-power embedded SIM (eSIM) with …

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IoT

The narrative about the environmental impact of disposable IoT (see here and here; check back for upcoming report on The Green Credentials of 5G and IoT), begs the question, of …

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London-based startup FloLIVE, offering global 5G connectivity for high-performance IoT, has combined with SIM specialist Kigen and chip maker Sony Semiconductor Israel (Sony; formerly Altair)) on a new iSIM-based cellular …

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

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Sony smart city

  Sony Europe has announced its IMX500 image sensors with AI processing functionality are currently being used in three smart city trials being run by Envision in the municipality of …

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Shipments of asset trackers will increase by more than 50 percent annually through 2024, driven by growth in low-power wide-area (LPWA) networks and smaller, cheaper and smarter IoT devices.  Asset …

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Softbank-backed satellite IoT startup Skylo is set to deploy 5G-ready NB-IoT chipsets that can connect via geostationary satellites, it has said. The California-based firm has teamed up with Sony Semiconductor …

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Ericsson

Ericsson IoT Accelerator and Sony Network Communications Europe’s smart IoT services, said they are collaborating to enhance real-time location and tracking solutions for different sectors Using Telenor Connexion’s network. Ericsson …

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The smart home market in Europe continued to grow in the third quarter of 2019, reaching almost 23.8 million units, an increase of 18.1 per cent compared to the same …

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