Huawei will research how 5G and cloud robotics can transform manufacturing after signing a memorandum of understanding with German automation company Festo.
Qualcomm has become the latest company to join the IoT Cybersecurity Alliance as it looks to strengthen protection of the increasing number of connected devices.
KPN and China Unicom have signed a partnership that will allow IoT-focused enterprise customers to access each other’s networks.
Turkcell has upgraded its LTE network to support NB-IoT as it looks to support the growth of an IoT ecosystem in Turkey.
A cross-industry project including Telia and Ericsson has demonstrated applications for providing cellular connectivity within mining environments and demonstrated how it could aid the remote control of machinery.
Swisscom is stepping up its Internet of Things expansion plans with developer days and a new Experience Centre to outline the benefits of the technology.
Intel’s new acquisition Mobileye has unveiled plans to build a fleet of fully autonomous vehicles as it looks to demonstrate the technology in real world environments.
UK mobile subscribers increased their data usage by 44 percent in 2016 as they capitalised on faster 4G plans, research from Ofcom has revealed.
BT and Telefónica are set to underpin new IoT-enabled transport projects in the UK and Germany.
Telefónica Germany’s NEXT arm has opened its IoT platform to developers as it looks to make good on a promise to deliver B2B2C solutions.
LPWAN provider Actility is to launch an Internet of Things network as part of the Chinese government's plan for a "new Silk Road".
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has added mesh networking support to the standard, allowing it to connect larger networks of low power devices.
Ericsson has built an NB-IoT solution for Chunghwa Telecom as the Taiwanese operator looks to trial devices and applications using the technology.
Wi-Sun is seeking to prove that the telco industry needs yet another Internet of Things standard as it turns its attention to the European market.
Ericsson has introduced a package of network services for cellular IoT connectivity alongside new software and automation features, as operators prepare for the large-scale roll-out of new devices on their networks.
ZTE has held a 5G New Radio field test with China Unicom and launched an NB-IoT solution to track the energy consumption of lab equipment.
ZTE has launched a new solution aimed at helping venues provide smart parking and indoor navigation services for cars.
Ericsson has launched a new open platform to support China Telecom's Internet of Things strategy and the country's "One Belt One Road" policy.
Ericsson and Qualcomm have demonstrated how LTE-M can be used along with VoLTE on China Unicom’s network.
Swisscom will launch both NB-IoT and LTE-M on its network next year, as it plans 5G trials and upgrades to its 4G network.
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