Having talked about collaboration and partnerships for so long in telecoms, it seems we’re finally seeing more of them as MWC2019 looms.
The operator has the most the most IoT connections at 80.9 million: its latest IoT Barometer surveyed 1,758 businesses worldwide.
Nokia announces off-the-peg IoT packages to help operators move into vertical markets quickly and easily.
Optical communications company best known for developing low-loss fibre tech teams up with TIM.
Deutsche Telekom is working with partners to develop nuSIM. The initiative aims to move SIM functionality from the physical SIM card directly to the chipset.
Revenues for the European IoT market are forecast to increase by 19.8% year-on-year to reach $171 billion (€149.25 billion) in 2019 – 5.8% of it on connectivity.
Ericsson has announced new solutions to help operators address a larger part of the IoT market, including more diverse use cases.
State-funded agency assembles partners Siemens, BT, PTC, IBM, ServiceNow, Semtech and Texas Instruments to accelerate progress on network tech.
Over 100 network operators have now deployed LoRaWAN networks, according to the LoRa Alliance.
Company says platform offers first new capability from $3bn satellite replacement programme.
After a sluggish 2018, IDC predicts the growth of global IoT market will accelerate to pass the $1 trillion (€873 billion) mark in 2022.
MTS has launched its first NB-IoT network in Arsk, aimed at assisting the housing and utilities sector.
Orange has pushed back the launch of its Djingo smart speaker to spring 2019, as it announced it will provide access to Amazon's Alexa digital assistant.
Telenor has strengthened its Norwegian Internet of Things network by introducing LTE-M alongside NB-IoT.
Ericsson will provide Volvo Car Group with its connected vehicle platform after signing a five year deal with the Swedish car maker.
Vodafone, Huawei and Jaguar Land Rover have showcased how cellular vehicle to X (C-V2X) technology can broadcast short range and long range simultaneously and prevent road accidents.
Deutsche Telekom will bring LTE-M into Europe in 2019 with the operator looking to develop new use cases for the IoT technology.
Vodafone has demonstrated how LTE could be used to track and control long distance drone flights, amid European Commission hopes the technology could boost the continent's economy.
Telia Company has enabled connectivity for driverless trucks at a logistics company.
Orange has launched a LTE-M network in France and is targeting Romania and Spain by the end of this year.
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