TeliaSonera has broadened its IoT/M2M portfolio after landing a stake in a Swedish IoT company specialising in “smart” human interfaces and sensor analytics.
An increase in the number of connected cars on the roads could have “grave implications” for mobile networks unless appropriate measures are taken, a new study has revealed.
Huawei has launched a new Internet of Things lineup to help businesses build and deploy IoT networks.
Qualcomm has added two new Wi-Fi chips to its Internet of Things (IoT) portfolio.
SoftBank subsidiary Brightstar and mobile back-end provider Kii have paired up to create a new global ecosystem aimed at accelerating the go-to-market time of IoT products.
Samsung has become the latest company to launch a new open platform for the Internet of Things, allowing manufacturers to take advantage of a range of connectivity.
Telenor Connexion is developing an energy efficient smart lighting solution for launch by the end of this year.
Swisscom has helped bring the first driverless car onto Switzerland's roads, as part of a wide exploration of how the Internet of Things can change society.
Tele2 has launched an Internet of Things portal, which aggregates solutions from companies including Microsoft, Telit and ThingWorx.
Deutsche Telekom and Tele 2 have underlined how they are looking to capitalise on the Internet of Things, in exclusive video interviews with Mobile Europe.
The Internet of Things' diversity of networks, devices and applications is increasing its risk to malicious attack, with the relatively small amount of connections the only thing stopping a wide scale attack, a new report has claimed.
Ireland-based M2M player Cubic Telecom is set to expand its global connectivity network after recieving an €18 million co-investment from car manufacturer Audi and Qualcomm.
Details of a new low-cost, low power IoT standard has been published, with Weightless technology aiming to offer a wide range of connectivity using ultra-narrowband tech.
The growing popularity of third-party Internet of Things (IoT) platforms will result in global revenues hitting €2.4 billion in 2020, findings from Berg Insight have concluded.
Sigfox and electronics company Texas Instruments (TI) are working together to increase IoT deployments using sub-1GHz spectrum, following the launch of new narrowband modules based on TI transceivers.
BlackBerry has moved to strengthen its security credentials by making a new acquisition and launching products for mobile and the Internet of Things.
BT is employing a team of "ethical hackers" to test how secure connected cars are as the automotive industry moves towards the Internet of Things.
The prevailing IoT industry will push shipments of Wi-Fi connected devices to 3.75 billion before the end of the decade, new forecasts have claimed.
Water flow equipment provider Talis will use Sigfox’s IoT network to bring its fire hydrants monitoring technology to connected cities.
Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent will place 5G, cloud, analytics, IP and software-defined networking at the centre of a new innovation strategy after the two vendors announced plans to merge.
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