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.
Cisco Jasper has launched a wide-ranging IoT platform including security and LPWAN features, the company's first major product since the two vendors merged.
Deutsche Telekom has launched its first NB-IoT products in Germany as it continues to roll out the technology across its footprint.
Sigfox’s LPWA IoT connectivity will be rolled out to 95 percent of the UK population by 2019 after it signed WND-UK as a new partner operator.
Telia Finland is working with a luxury yacht company to develop new kinds of cellular-based troubleshooting services at sea.
Vodafone is using its Global SIM to connect glucose meters for diabetes sufferers in an effort to track their condition.
Telia Company has brought 3G to the world's largest underground oil shale mine in Estonia, connecting almost 40 kilometres of tunnels.
Fleet management and mobile resource management is the most popular use case for major cellular IoT deployments, according to new research.
Operators using the LoRA Internet of Things technology are to start testing on interconnect and roaming by the end of this year, Orange has announced.
Tele2 and IoT technology provider Telit have introduced new cellular module-embedded technology aimed at replacing the traditional SIM card.
BT expects a “horses for courses” approach to IoT connectivity with the operator opting for LoRa, NB-IoT and LTE-M in its smart city deployments and lab research.
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