The UK will be the first market in Europe to test Google’s new smart home and Wi-Fi services.
Automotive connections will dominate the cellular Internet of Things market through to 2025, new research has claimed, with the sector set to grow its share during the next eight years.
Telia's Norwegian opco has partnered with a local start-up to equip boats with solar-powered pumps to automatically get rid of water from the vessel, as the operator announced new plans to open the IoT to more partners.
Ericsson is to demonstrate 5G on the 28GHz band with Softbank and underpin a NB-IoT healthcare network in China.
Telia Estonia has become the latest operator to back Sigfox as it looks to boost its Internet of Things offering with the technology.
Huawei has built a “one-stop” IoT solution with Software AG as part of a number of new IoT-related projects.
The number of industrial IoT connections is set to hit 66 million this year, forecasts say, as declining costs allow manufacturers to take advantage of the technology.
Swisscom has partnered with Swiss Post to expand its LoRa-based IoT network across Switzerland.
Vodafone will provide managed IoT connectivity services to bike-sharing scheme Mobike as it launches in Singapore.
Ubiik has launched the first hardware and software development kits for Weightless-P, a low power wide area network (LPWAN) connectivity technology for the IoT.
US chipmaker Intel has bolstered its connected car capabilities with the acquisition of Mobileye.
T-Systems and electronic payments company Wirecard are showcasing a solution that will use the IoT to simplify the customer retail experience.
Huawei has revealed that its X Labs research platform will focus on four key mobile application areas this year including connected cars and virtual reality.
Mobile World Congress has seen vendors extending support for NB-IoT connectivity as companies look to connect low-power devices at scale.
The cellular IoT connectivity standard LTE-M is gaining traction at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017, with new announcements from a host of telcos.
Qualcomm and LG have said they will jointly test 5G and cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technologies during the first half of 2018.
Tata Communications has launched a new global IoT platform, which seeks to make it easier for corporations to develop and deploy new IoT services.
Vodafone and Samsonite are trialling a new luggage tracking solution based on NB-IoT technology.
Deutsche Telekom will launch narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) in eight European countries in 2017, it has confirmed, including extended rollout of the technology in its home market.
ZTE launched a smart parking system powered by NB-IoT that it says reduces congestion and boosts parking revenues.
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