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Volkswagen-owned automotive software company CARIAD has appointed Franco-Italian semiconductor manufacturer STMicroelectronics (ST) to develop a system-on-chip (SoC) for a new line of Volkswagen vehicles based on the CARIAD software platform. …

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Telefónica is looking to offer a 5G-based dual-mode terrestrial-and-satellite service for NB-IoT connectivity. Its digital services business, Telefónica Tech, and managed services division, Telefónica Global Solutions (TGS), are working with …

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This is article is taken from a recent editorial report on Industrial 5G Innovation – From Setting Standard to Becoming Standard; the previous instalment in this serialised version of the …

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According to the Head of Automotive at Ericsson Magnus Gunnarsson, the auto industry is undergoing a speedy transition into new business models that are driven by software and underpinned by …

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This is article is taken from a recent editorial report on Industrial 5G Innovation – From Setting Standard to Becoming Standard; the previous instalment in this serialised version of the …

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US LoRaWAN operator and global LoRaWAN cloud platform provider Senet has announced a new network-based Location Estimator service to make any LoRaWAN device connecting to its own network in the …

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Vodafone has suggested the industrial 5G market in the UK will be skewed unfairly towards elite private enterprises, in position to invest more easily in their own private network infrastructure, …

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Vodafone is working with Hugh Lowe Farms to use IoT to deliver 1.5 million strawberries to Wimbledon, the UK grand slam tennis championship, which started in London this week. The …

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Spending on IoT-based asset tracking solutions, for monitoring goods in transit, will reach $45 billion globally by 2027, according to Juniper Research. The total spend will jump from $16 billion …

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In order, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Beijing, London, and Seoul ranked as the top five smart cities, or ‘digital cities’, in a new study by Economist Impact. New York, Sydney, Singapore, Washington …

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