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.
Microsoft and Fujitsu have collaborated on a new IoT project to streamline agricultural production.
Turkcell is targeting connecting cities in Turkey after partnering with the Municipality of Gaziantep in an effort to boost urban development.
Telefónica Germany is exploring the potential of LTE for use with smart meters, in tests with Ericsson and the E.ON Research Center at RWTH Aachen University.
IoT consortium Thread Group is working with the ZigBee Alliance to widen the amount of wireless products that can be used in the smart home.
ZTE is working with smart home connectivity company GreenPeak Technologies to develop connected home solutions that allow senior citizens to live at home independently.
Bouygues Telecom will launch France’s first internet of things (IoT) network in June, based on low-power, long range (LoRa) technology.
Portuguese IoT company Narrownet is deploying Sigfox's Internet of Things network to enable new applications and services.
Telekom Austria’s machine-to-machine SIM management platform will be used to provide telematics systems for firefighting vehicles, the operator has revealed.
Smart LED lighting is set to be the dominant application of smart homes and cities, with a new report claiming more than half a billion units will be deployed by 2020.
Deutsche Telekom’s T-Systems has expanded its connected car platform to the wider industrial landscape at CeBIT, while also drilling down on big data and mobile security.
Swisscom has built a low-power wide area network (LPWAN) for new trials looking into energy efficient Internet of Things infrastructure.
A robot was chosen to be the public face of SK Telecom's 5G strategy at Mobile World Congress, with the Asian operator confident it will extend its lead in LTE into the next generation of mobile technology.
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