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French regulator Arcep has awarded three new trial spectrum licences for enterprises to deploy private 5G networks in the 3.8-4.0 GHz band, taking its total roster of enterprise trialists in …

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Tracking provider Sensolus has moved its IoT estate onto Citymesh’s Sigfox network in Belgium. The move follows Citymesh’s 2021 purchase of the local Sigfox network from French multinational utility company …

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New Zealand glass manufacturer Architectural Glass Products (AGP) has recruited local pair Pollin8 and Thinxtra, providing IoT gadgetry and IoT networking respectively, to deploy low-power wide-area (LPWA) battery-powered Sigfox trackers …

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The number of active IoT devices for cold chain tracking reached 4.1 million worldwide in 2021, according to Berg Insight. The calculation measures refrigerated cargo and cargo carrying units, including …

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Belfast-based SIM development firm Kigen, previously part of chip design company Arm, is working with US carrier AT&T to enable IoT manufacturers to transfer SIM ownership of AT&T-connected IoT devices …

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French aerospace and security company Thales is working with Belgium-based carrier services company BICS to simplify embedded SIM (eSIM) usage in the IoT market, the pair have said. Basically, Thales …

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The Industry IoT Consortium (IIC) is running a “short-term, rapid-engagement” pilot to develop a blockchain-based peer-to-peer IoT network for the marine industry. The work will engage various IoT, digital twin, …

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Vodafone is looking to offer enhanced satellite positioning to locate IoT devices and autonomous vehicles within centimetres, rather than with standard metre-range accuracy, as with straight GNSS services. It is …

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Snap IoT analysis just in from ABI Research; the US-headquartered firm has run the rule over the post-coronavirus market for IoT gateways and concluded, because of industrial IoT takeup among …

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AT&T in Mexico has installed a private LTE network from Finnish vendor Nokia at the APM Terminals port in Puerto Progreso, in the Yucatán in Mexico. The pair are billing …

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