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.
Sigfox’s low-power connectivity technology will be integrated into Telefónica’s managed connectivity platform, providing LPWA capabilities to its business customers.
Actility and Levikom have partnered to launch the world’s first ever “open value chain” LoRaWAN IoT network in Estonia.
Ericsson has launched a security automation project that aims to protect networks from emerging threats in the 5G and IoT era.
Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson and German distribution network operator Stromnetz Berlin are testing the impacts of 5G on the energy sector in a new project.
Actility and Inmarsat have partnered to deploy the first LoRaWAN network with global coverage.
The number of IoT devices in use will jump 31 percent this year, a new report has forecast, as consumers drive growth.
O2 UK has expanded its car insurance offering for younger drivers with the addition of a telematics solution.
The Internet of Things is an opportunity for Europe to catch up on ground lost during the smartphone era, but only if the right frameworks are place, the chairman of French regulator Arcep has claimed.
The amount of data captured at the edge of the network by IoT devices is set to grow nearly sixfold in the next four years as the number of devices and the intelligence of devices increases, analysts have predicted.
Ericsson and China Mobile Shanghai have conducted a trial with Mobike’s IoT-enabled bikes on a live cellular network.
Security providers are set to reap the rewards of the industrial Internet of Things, new research has predicted, although it warned them there is no easy answer to solving vulnerabilities.
Vodafone has launched its first commercial NB-IoT network, going live with the technology in Spain.
Telenor has highlighted IoT as a service, AI chatbots driving customer service and a year full of 5G trials as three of its predictions for 2017.
Orange and Telefónica have co-founded a new ETSI specification group aimed at developing open and interoperable smart cities.
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