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Swiss-based u-blox is working with SoftBank to develop common global navigation satellite system (GNSS) augmentation services for Japan, the US, and Europe. The pair have signed a memorandum of understanding …

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A new report by analyst company ABI Research says the growing breadth of IoT devices and use cases, combined with additional radio spectrum and protocols, is creating more complexity in …

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Irish IoT antenna company Taoglas has acquired Australia-based IoT solution provider Smartsensor Technologies for an undisclosed fee. The company will be integrated into Taoglas’ ‘connected smart services’ business unit which …

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Note, this article is taken from a new Enterprise IoT Insights editorial report, out tomorrow, on the combination of low-power short- and long-range communications technologies in hybrid IoT systems (see …

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Vodafone has selected the Taoglas Edge hardware and firmware connectivity solution from Irish IoT antenna company Taoglas for its new Invent application development platform. Vodafone’s Invent platform allows enterprises to …

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Antenna company Taoglas has acquired Dublin-based hardware and software developer Firmwave to bring new internet-of-things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to its antennas and radio solutions, targeted at healthcare, …

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Irish IoT antenna firm Taoglas has bought US competitor ThinkWireless for an undisclosed fee. The deal will help the Wexford firm expand sales in the commercial vehicle industry, it said. …

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samsung MTS 5G IoT MIMO

Don’t believe the hype: 5G still likely won’t happen in 2019. Many of the 5G announcements that are getting buzz are just marketing talk. There has actually been only a few …

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IoT antenna specialist Taoglas discusses MWCA product launches As the M2M has evolved into the internet of things, the rapidly growing market is driving transformation and creating value in virtually …

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A trio of diminutive multi-band low-power wide-area (LPWA) antennas has been announced at MWC Americas, promising further miniaturisation of IoT devices, alongside international roaming for applications like asset tracking. A …

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