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Volkswagen Group is to build a cloud-based ‘automated driving platform’ on Microsoft Azure to accelerate development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and automated driving functions for group car brands. …

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It is a little early, some way ahead of the standardisation schedule, but the first (?) market-sizing forecast is in for Release-17 era ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC), pegged as the …

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The hottest new digital tech in the automotive space is not the electrification or automation of vehicles. It is not, actually, sensors or analytics in production facilities. Instead, it is …

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Deutsche Telekom expects, in most cases, to manage private networks for enterprises, even if they are deployed in privately-owned spectrum, which is not licensed directly by the operator itself. Following …

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Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona in February is the major venue and the key date for the telecoms industry. Yes, the cards have been dealt, but the show works …

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This year’s Hannover Messe trade fair, arguably the second biggest event for the telecoms market in Europe, has been postponed until July. Deutsche Messe, which runs the show, made the …

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Note, this story has been referenced and updated in a new post, Lufthansa doubles-down with second private 5G trial – with help from Vodafone, which can be found here. German …

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German car giants Volkswagen and BMW have confirmed massive Industry 4.0 investments, and firmed up their interests in private industrial 5G as a means to factory automation and slicker production. …

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  Industrial IoT firm Seeq raises $24 million from equity sale Seattle-based industrial analytics company Seeq has raised $24 million from investors, according to a report in Computer Reseller News. …

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Qualcomm smart cities

Qualcomm is working with over 30 Chinese automotive companies, including the China-based joint ventures with European and US car makers, to showcase the commercial viability of cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technology …

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