NEC is to create a software defined networking based smart city platform for Bristol in the United Kingdom, providing potential services for residents, enterprises and academics.
UK operator EE is expecting a "tsunami" of connected devices from the Internet of Things, with connected cars, health and wearables driving the sector.
Telekom Austria has launched Europe's first LTE-based smart meter in its home market.
Nokia and Ericsson will collaborate with Korea Telecom on 5G and IoT following the signing of new memorandums of understanding (MoUs) at Mobile World Congress.
Cisco has introduced a small cell solution aimed at large-scale deployments, while announcing a partnership with Telstra to deploy “on-demand” virtualised cloud services.
Orange and Telefónica are among the founding members of a new FIWARE open source community aimed at evolving standards for smart cities.
Qualcomm has revealed new 3D fingerprint scanning technology amid several launches at MWC spanning LTE and the connected home.
Google's army of drones will make its first flight in the coming months as it looks to connect remote regions, with the company's digital chief saying it could extend to Europe.
Huawei plans to reveal a new series of “5G-oriented” air interface technologies to help facilitate high-bandwidth IoT applications such as virtual reality.
Vodafone has released a new open-source network access layer for companies wishing to connect to the Internet of Things.
Tele2 has brought LTE connectivity to the Internet of Things, with the operator claiming it will benefit the security, connected car and advertising sectors.
Ericsson has lifted the lid on several new products targeting next-gen connectivity, including a new 100GE router, a modular radio system architecture and an app optimisation service for operators.
Huawei has revealed its first M2M module aimed at industrial applications.
Given the ever-increasing hype surrounding the Internet of Things, it is perhaps fair to look at the sector with a sceptical eye, especially when the Chairman of the International M2M Council (IMC) says suggestions of it enabling a "Jetsons" style world are wide of the mark.
ARM has stepped up its activity in the Internet of Things sector by buying security software company Offspark.
OneM2M, the industry body devoted to the Internet of Things sector, has released its first set of standards, covering requirements, architecture, APIs and security.
Samsung has been picked as the sole vendor for SK Telecom's nationwide rollout of NFV, with the company providing infrastructure for the operator's Internet of Things network.
Intel is to acquire broadband access provider Lantiq to help expand its offering of gateway technologies for the connected home.
Industry veterans have discussed the short-term challenges that the Internet of Things must overcome before it can worry about hitting ambitious predictions about what the technology can achieve by 2020.
Ericsson and SingTel have entered a partnership to evaluate and test 5G technologies in Singapore across a range of industry applications.
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