Smart home device shipments are set to grow by 55 percent to 252 million by the end of this year, underpinning a wave of new services and sources of revenue.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a solution aimed at optimising energy efficiency in buildings, in its latest foray into the Internet of Things.
Telia Company is bringing waste disposal into the Internet of Things after signing what it is claiming is Norway's largest NB-IoT contract.
Tele2 has launched a new Internet of Things (IoT) platform designed to help enterprises manage the complexity of multi-market IoT rollouts.
T-Mobile Austria and waste management company Saubermacher are piloting a connected garbage cans scheme.
Telia Company has partnered with Ericsson and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) with the intention of rolling out a live pilot 5G network at the university by the end of 2018.
Mobile operators must act now rather than wait for 5G if they want to capture a share of the smart cities market, which is expected to be worth $7.6 billion to telcos and vendors by 2023.
Beeline and Ericsson have struck a two-year partnership that covers the development and deployment of 5G and IoT technologies.
Deutsche Telekom has inked a partnership deal with United Smart Cities with a view to driving forward its presence in the smart cities space and adopting a Silicon Valley approach to deploying new products and services.
Vodafone is planning to double the number of sites supporting NB-IoT to fulfil demand from its enterprise customers.
MTS is aiming to implement NB-IoT across all of Russia's major cities by the end of this year, which it said would boost its enterprise offering.
Deutsche Telekom is deploying NB-IoT to monitor infrastructure quality in Dusseldorf airport.
Artificial intelligence could help knit together disparate devices and standards, writes Thomas Rockmann, VP Connected Home at Deutsche Telekom
Orange Poland has passed three million premises with FTTH technology, with the operator also exploring the potential of 450MHz spectrum to connect the energy sector.
The smart home is core to operators' future and a demonstration of how far they are evolving as communication service providers, a new report has claimed.
Telia Estonia is using LTE-M and NB-IoT to track athletes during this weekend's Tallinn Ironman contest.
KPN has started testing 5G on a Dutch highway to help vehicles communicate with one another and nearby traffic lights and road signs.
Deutsche Telekom and German vehicle inspection company DEKRA are expanding the facilities at the Lausitzring test and race track in east Germany to create Europe's largest connected cars 5G testbed.
Proximus is teaming up with Belgian construction company BESIX Group to design and create smart buildings.
Smart city vendor Telensa is connecting 64,000 lights across Edinburgh, enabling the city to run an energy efficiency programme.
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