Ericsson is to provide Internet of Things connectivity and services to China Telecom's enterprise customers.
Growth among non-standardised Internet of Things technology, such as Sigfox or LoRa, will remain conservative unless the vendor ecosystem is opened up, a new report has claimed.
The Internet of Things will help boost the number of active wireless connected devices to 47 billion by 2021 as the industry moves away from its reliance on smartphones, new research has claimed.
Vodafone is planning to launch its first NB-IoT networks in Australia, Ireland, the Netherlands and Turkey, as the operator vowed the tech's late entry would not damage its prospects.
Orange's enterprise arm is upgrading energy telemetry player Sensile Technologies' network to cover 3G and LTE devices.
Smartwatches with cellular connectivity will account for more than 50 million shipments by 2020, as more manufacturers back emerging technologies, new research has claimed.
Europe's leading operators and car manufacturers are teaming up to launch a large scale pre-deployment trial of connected and automated driving.
Infrastructure provider Arqiva is running a smart meter trial for Anglian Water, one of the UK's largest water companies.
Vodafone Ireland has boasted Europe's fastest uplink speeds in a commercial network, hitting speeds of 136MBps.
KPN and SK Telecom have become the latest operators to roll out LoRa technology, launching nationwide Internet of Things networks based on the technology.
Deutsche Telekom has said it will accelerate development of narrow-band IoT (NB-IoT) technology, after the 3GPP standards body signed off on plans last week for the first set of 5G specifications.
Huawei has announced its latest 5G benckmarks and revealed its commercialised NB-IoT solution will launch in December.
Nokia has vowed to act as a "traffic cop" for the expected surge in Internet of Things and VoLTE signalling with a new Dynamic Diameter Engine.
Ericsson, China Mobile and Intel is holding what they are claiming as the application demonstration based on NB-IoT since the technology was standardised.
Operators and vendors need to develop a greater sense of consumers' needs if the Internet of Things is to succeed, a conference has heard.
Low-power wide area technologies within licensed spectrum have taken one step closer after 3GPP completed standardisation of three types of solutions.
French boiler manufacturer e.l.m. leblanc is using Sigfox's IoT technology to connect its products after claiming cellular connectivity was too costly.
"It was like being handed the keys to the truck and being told to 'go and do the business'," is how Stéphane Allaire describes being told by Martin Bouygues to set up an IoT-focused unit within the French telco.
Telekom Austria Group (TAG) is the latest operator to throw its weight behind NB-IoT and will work with Nokia to roll out the technology when it is formally launched.
IoT infrastructure and solutions provider VT Networks has finished building a Sigfox-based network in the Republic of Ireland.
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