Cypress has bought Broadcom's Internet of Things wireless business for $550 million, as it looks to strengthen its automotive, industrial and consumer IoT offers.
Proximus and Flemish digital research centre iMinds are collaborating on standardising and developing LoRa technology.
Smart meters have been boosted by new deployments and contract wins by Telekom Austria and Telefónica.
Ericsson has launched Internet of Things as a service as it seeks to increase the adoption of connected networks.
Vodafone has opened the first open Internet of Things lab devoted to narrowband technology and completed a smart parking trial in Turkey.
Ericsson and the Brazilian government have set up an Internet of Things focused lab concentrating on smart agriculture and water, disaster prevention and monitoring applications.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a Cloud of Things starter kit, which it said gives enterprises quick and easy access to the Internet of Things.
Infrastructure company Arqiva has helped launch a Sigfox-enabled smart neighbourhood in Scotland, allowing a social housing provider to track maintenance needs and energy usage remotely.
The Internet of Things has gone mainstream, thanks to a confluence of consumer and enterprise demand, regulatory changes and more sophisticated developer tools, Verizon has claimed.
Consumers will only account for 10 percent of total connections by 2025, Huawei has predicted, with the firm focusing on connectivity and virtualisation for the years ahead.
Mobile Europe will announce its CTO of the Year 2016 on 6 April. In the run up to next week's announcement, we are profiling each of the shortlisted nominees. Today we look at Proximus's Geert Standaert.
SFR is planning to integrate Sigfox technology into its networks in France and overseas, targeting enterprises.
Hrvatski Telekom has built Croatia's first "smart street", offering traffic management, smart lighting, parking and free internet.
Orange is expecting to launch its first LTE-based narrowband Internet of Things network by 2018, with its imminent LoRa networks taking the strain in the shorter term.
Orange is using its employees as a LoRa testbed after announcing it would supply 5,000 staff with IoT lamps and beacons.
Huawei has launched a 6LoWPAN-based smart lighting solution, which it claimed with reduce energy consumption by up to 80 percent, as well as announcing a new OpenLab for Munich.
ZTE is working on a smart home and e-health project with Telefónica Deutschland as well as LoRa-based smart meters in the vendor's latest Internet of Things play.
OneM2M, the standards initiative for M2M and Internet of Things technology, has updated its Release 1 global specifications to enable greater interworking and interconnect.
Qualcomm has launched a new software development kit for virtual reality.
Swisscom has started work on its nationwide LoRa network, with plans in place to cover 80 percent of the population by the end of this year.
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