Nokia has launched a new device management platform for the delivery of Internet of Things services, as it continues to build out its IoT offering.
Weightless has began working with standards body ETSI as it looks to harmonise its Internet of Things technology with other types of tech.
Qualcomm Technologies has developed a new reference platform aimed at helping car manufacturers adopt increasingly complex levels of connectivity.
Deutsche Telekom has developed a traffic management map that uses mobile data to help control the flow of vehicles through a city.
Wearables are evolving beyond health with a new Ericsson report claiming safety features are at the top of consumers' wishlists.
Hyundai is equipping every new car with built-in navigation in Europe with HERE's latest map services.
Bouygues Telecom has signed the first transatlantic roaming agreement for LoRa-based IoT devices.
Vodafone is expecting an "imminent" launch of the NB-IoT standard and said it believes the technology could be deployed more rapidly than any other it has ever worked with.
Fibre backbone provider Telia Carrier is providing backhaul and interconnect solutions to Ericsson's Device Connection Platform in a bid to boost security and reliability.
Telefónica is aiming to speed up application development, connectivity and analytics capabilities of its Internet of Things networks by deploying a new platform for enterprises.
Finland will become the 19th country to have a Sigfox network, after the Internet of Things player announced plans to deploy there this summer.
IoT player Sigfox has partnered with Atari to develop a new range of connected devices featuring the videogame pioneer's brand.
Consumers are pretending to know what new technology means, Samsung has found, as it launched a LoRa network in Korea.
Telefónica Business Solution has signed a deal to provide connected car company Automatic Labs with a range of solutions, including its Global SIM service (GSS).
Tele2 is building a LoRa network in Gothenberg, which it hopes will offer low bandwidth and long battery life applications to enterprise customers.
Flexibility will be critical if telcos are to play a central role in smart city networks, a new report from the Global mobile Suppliers Association has claimed.
Orange has increased its backing for LoRa technology by becoming a board member of the industry alliance trying to foster its adoption.
Vending machines and cars seem at opposite ends of the connectivity scale, with one static and other as mobile as they come, but together both products have been at the centre of attempts to make an IoT solution global.
City authorities and technology partners could lose hundreds of billions of dollars if they choose to build smart cities with non-standardised technology, a new report has claimed.
LPWAN player Sigfox is deploying its network across 100 cities in the United States, as its expansion plans continue.
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