IDC's Global DataSphere Forecast predicts continued steady growth in the creation and consumption of data in 2020, partially driven by coronavirus.
Vodafone UK has released an IoT heat detection camera which it says will help people get back to work amid coronavirus.
Thales says it has deployed the world’s first GSMA-certified eSIM activation solution on Google Cloud.
The robots have five high-res cameras and infrared thermometers that can scan the temperature of ten people simultaneously within a radius of 5 meters.
The trial showed decentralised token enabling mobile-based services and connectivity of IoT devices on the Isle of Man.
The company is upgrading its IoT Network Grid (WING) managed service with 5G and edge capabilities.
The companies will collaborate on the commercialisation of a solution to digitalise the operational and maintenance processes of water.
Telia Company, Latvijas Mobilais Telefons, Telekom Slovenije and others will expand the reach of DT's IoT Solutions Optimizer to eight more European countries.
New chips enable learning for the Internet of things, writes Martin Garner, COO at CCS Insight.
Orange Business Services is working with Abu Dhabi Municipality (ADM) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to develop an ‘IoT Cockpit’ app to provide more holistic oversight for city leaders.
O2 says 50 sites are now live on its Long Term Evolution, category M1 (LTE-M) low-power, wide-area network (LPWAN) for IoT devices.
The move is intended to offer operators cloud-native service assurance via software as a service (Saas), using artificial intelligence, automation and analytics.
The first wave of Orange Belgium’s industrial partners include the Port of Antwerp, chemical firm Borealis and polymer manufacturer Covestro.
Wholesale carrier BICS says 4G roaming traffic doubled in 2019 for the third consecutive year.
ISA is also what telecoms professionals need to do to win in IoT – whatever the sector, in this pivotal year.
There will be around 400 million unlicensed low-power wide-area (LPWA) IoT connections by 2025, according to new analysis from Strategy Analytics.
Research highlights three trends in machine-to-machine (M2M), IoT and Internet of Everything (IoE) that will deliver, and three that won’t.
O2, Ericsson and Northumbrian Water are trialling 5G to help manage 1.1 billion litres of water and sewerage services across the UK’s North East region.
This is Nokia’s first Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) deal in Latin America and in the continent's biggest market.
5G will cover up to 65% of the world's population by the end of 2025 and handle 45% of global mobile data traffic by then the report says.
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