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Custom-machine manufacturer MGA Technologies has engaged Finland-based industrial networking specialist Edzcom, owned by Spanish tower company Cellnex, to deploy a private 5G network from Nokia at its new MGA TechLab …

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As with the telecoms industry’s travails with NB-IoT, only just starting to resolve, there is a classic chicken-and-egg scenario with industrial 5G, around availability of networks and devices. In other …

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Telstra has deployed a private 5G network for industrial tech organisation AgriFood Connect in Australia. It has worked with Ericsson on the deployment; it is the Swedish vendor’s first private-5G …

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Eighteen months ago, in the middle of the first COVID-19 wave, we launched a study to learn more about how businesses were using IoT. We sought to discover if IoT …

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Each year advancements in wireless network technology transform the way businesses use and benefit from mobile capabilities. 5G offers super-fast speeds, low latency and massive capacity. Mobile edge computing brings …

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Vodafone Business and Microsoft have announced a five-year deal on private 5G, edge computing, and IoT for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The arrangement, extending a long-running partnership between the …

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US IoT platform provider Zyter is working with Qualcomm, and other Qualcomm partners in the San Diego-based chipmakers smart cities accelerator project, on a couple of private LTE installations in …

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Ericsson has launched a new “software toolbox” to “guarantee” consistently low latency and high reliability in 5G networks for time-critical applications. Its new Time-Critical Communication product, available via a new …

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Vodafone has urged the UK government to write targets and incentives for 5G and IoT adoption into its forthcoming net-zero strategy blueprints, due to be published later this year. The …

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Through the end of last month and the start of last week, an assortment of tech providers, all with something to sell, descended on São Paulo to proclaim the imminent …

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