How will OEMs manufacture the smart factories of the future?

“By 2025, there will be approximately 27 billion connected IoT devices. Someone is going to have to manufacture these, and OEMs are gearing up to enable as many functions as possible to be integrated into the devices they build.”REGISTER NOW TO READIoT relies on manufacturing efficiency to get massive volumes of devices out into the

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IoT Now Magazine Q3 2022: Why cellular IoT is entering a new era of sustainability, security and mass scale

IoT hasn’t become too big to fail, it’s too useful for that.The deal struck by Telit with Thales to create Telit Cinterion as a new modules-to- connectivity provider, and the funds heading to Thales as a consequence, plus the US$1.2bn Semtech is spending to acquire Sierra Wireless, demonstrate that IoT is no longer a speculative

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Fibocom FM160-NA to be the First FCC Certified 3GPP R16-Compliant 5G Module for CBRS Networks, Paving the Way for Private 5G Network Deployment

(Sponsored News) Fibocom FM160-NA is industry’s first 3GPP R16-Compliant 5G module received FCC CBRS certification. The module is now available to be deployed in IoT applications on private 5G networks in the U.S., providing high-speed 5G experience for mass data scenarios.

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Fibocom Takes the Lead in Developing 5G Module Based on MediaTek T830 Platform, Accelerating 5G FWA Deployment for Global Operators

(Sponsored News) Fibocom started the development of the new generation 5G module based on the newly launched MediaTek T830 chipset platform, bringing enhanced mobile broadband, low latency, and ultra-reliable 5G FWA connectivity solution for global operators.

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Building an edge strategy is not a sprint but a marathon

There is huge appetite and excitement for having greater intelligence at the edge to drive insights from data where it is created. A recent study sponsored by Microsoft has revealed that 79% of enterprises currently have or will have some form of edge compute strategy. Companies are increasingly turning to the edge as a way

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Podcast: Some rivals ‘rain project money on fools’ so recruit and plan for tech success

If a boom goes on too long, Elon Musk says you get a misallocation of capital, “it starts raining money on fools.” True success depends on having the necessary skills to create innovative products, as Max Nirenberg, CEO of Commit USA tells Jeremy Cowan. IT consultant Peter Bowen shares a couple of horror stories with critical lessons for all of

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How to ensure fast, smart and accurate control of thermal process units

“Industry surveys show that nearly half of all processes are not accurately tuned. A poorly tuned process can result in bad readings, wasted materials and downtime.” Thermal control for too long has either relied on basic panel-based controllers or local data acquisition systems that provide their own challenges to maintain. Local control remains a valuable

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Complete the TE Connectivity brand survey and get a US$50 Amazon digital voucher!

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5 things you need from an IoT connectivity management system

Use this checklist to guide you as you search for an IoT connectivity management system that will allow you to ensure the right fit for your business needs.

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Strategies, techniques, and tips on spectrum bandwidth optimization from expert insiders

Join us for an insightful webinar hosted by experts from the Smith Institute and Gurobi Optimization to discuss how telecoms regulators and satellite operators can harness the power of advanced mathematics and data science. You will gain key understanding of how the Smith Institute verifies the systems responsible for the spectrum auctions held by the FCC

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How can OEMs speed up the design process without sacrificing product quality?

Manufacturing and design teams in the technology space are always seeking new and innovative ways to reduce the often complex design process of the products they offer. For original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the wireless-connectivity industry, design barriers such as cost, time, and process iteration are just some of the challenges they’re fighting against to

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3 ways IoT is tackling the effects of political unrest, climate change and energy insecurity

IoT Analyst Insights by Robin Duke-Woolley, Founder & CEO of Beecham ResearchThis month we take a look at areas attracting particular attention in mid-year 2022, where the Internet of Things can help solve problems that are becoming more urgent. Recent global events of note include global supply chain disruption due to war, political unrest and

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What is eSIM? A Beginner’s Guide to eSIM for IoT

Embedded SIMs or eSIMs are increasingly being recognised as a more flexible, easier to manage option than traditional plastic SIM cards for global IoT deployments. However, some confusion exists about what an eSIM is, finds George Malim.

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How to choose the best eSIM solution for your IoT device

Up to now, IoT has always had to use standard plastic SIMs, but eSIM is changing all that with the potential for increased openness and flexibility. In this article, Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO of Beecham Research reveals how to select the best eSIM solution for your IoT deployment.

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Why IoT projects fail

74% of companies* consider their IoT projects to be unsuccessful. IoT projects are being reported by their owners as unsuccessful and this is hampering efforts to move deployments forward. Beecham Research has recently published an in-depth study to understand why IoT project failure happens and what to do about it. Here, Robin Duke-Woolley, the chief

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