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Verizon has launched (relaunched?) an IoT marketplace on its ThingSpace platform for customers to purchase, activate and manage customised IoT solutions.It has also announced a five-year contract with German pharmaceutical …

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Verizon is deploying real-time kinematic (RTK) satellite navigation on its 5G network in the US, to offer hyper-precise positioning with centimetre-level location accuracy for IoT tracking services, and notably development …

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Ericsson has revealed the first product off the production line at its new Texas-based 5G-geared smart factory has been delivered, to US operator Verizon. The item, itself, is notable: a …

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Verizon and IBM are combining their capabilities in 5G connectivity, edge and cloud computing, and data analytics to service the industrial market’s pursuit of digital change, as part of the …

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US carrier Verizon has joined with UK digital accelerator Digital Catapult to develop 5G solutions for retail. The pair will make use of Verizon’s new 5G Lab in London, opened …

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Qualcomm has launched a certification programme for combining augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) devices and Snapdragon-based 5G smartphones. The programme will approve tethered AR and VR devices for …

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Qualcomm has confirmed the releases of a new single-mode LTE-based Cat NB2 chipset for cellular narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) communications, which offers world-beating power efficiency, according to the San Diego firm. …

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  Canada-based firm Siyata Mobile announced the commercial launch of the company’s flagship Push-to Talk LTE Uniden UV350 in-vehicle cellular IoT device in partnership with Verizon. The UV350 provides its enterprise customers with a …

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  Verizon and Emory Healthcare have entered into a strategic partnership to develop and test 5G use cases that could transform the healthcare industry, the U.S. carrier said in a …

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US carrier Verizon is the first carrier to certify Sequans’ LTE-M based Monarch Go modem components. Sprint and Deutsche Telekom have approved its other Monarch-based units. The French chipmaker has …

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