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Technologies have always tended to converge. Smartphones are an example of this: a phone merged with a media player and a camera to create something unique, which performs multiple tasks …

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If there was ever a critical proof-point for the efficacy of IoT technologies, then this is it: the coordinated global shipment of coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines. This is the moment, arguably, …

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Note, this article is taken from a new editorial report on the state of digital change in the healthcare sector (see image below). The report – Challenges with Digital Change …

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Note, this article is taken from a new editorial report on the state of digital change in the healthcare sector (see image below). The report – Challenges with Digital Change …

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Vodafone has put-live its multi-access edge computing (MEC) offer on its LTE and 5G infrastructure in the UK, with data storage and processing functionality from AWS. The 5G-MEC combo is …

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Vodafone has pulled together an enterprise bundled with the various component parts in an IoT stack to enable business customers in the UK to make their own IoT solutions. The …

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IoT device management platform Pelion, previously a unit within Arm, has been spun-out as a standalone business, wholly-owned by the UK chip design firm. At the same time, it has …

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Note, this article is taken from a new report on the asset tracking sector, called Asset Tracking – and the March Towards Massive IoT. The report can be downloaded here. With …

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What is asset tracking, anyway? And what is it worth? Because tracking of machine data, one way or another, is easily conflated with the internet-of-things (IoT) movement, at large. And …

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Note, a version of this article appears in a new report on the asset tracking sector, called Asset Tracking – and the March Towards Massive IoT. The report can be …

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