Who is set to benefit from eSIM technology?

The SIM card is a technology that most of us are familiar with, present in mobile phones since the early nineties. A SIM card is a piece of hardware which contains data that authenticates us with our mobile operator, enabling us to connect to a network and receive a mobile connection.

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How Twilio’s Distributed IoT Mobile Core powered contactless access during the pandemic

With half of US renters in 2019 under the age of 30, it’s no surprise the demand for smart technology is on the rise. Surveys show these renters will pay more for smart apartments, electronic access and other digital amenities. The IoT mobile core is effectively the brain of a network.

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Maxim Integrated teams with Xailient to provide IoT face detection

Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. and Xailient Inc., a company focused on artificial intelligence (AI) for the edge, announced that Maxim Integrated’s MAX78000 ultra-low power neural-network microcontroller detects and localises faces in video and images using Xailient’s proprietary Detectum neural network.

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Extreme Networks expands CoPilot’s capabilities to give AI insights to network admins

Extreme Networks, Inc., a cloud-driven networking company, has announced a public beta of ExtremeCloud IQ CoPilot, a subscription level available within the ExtremeCloud IQ platform.

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Extreme introduces cloud-native network visibility platform for service providers

Extreme Networks, Inc., a cloud-driven networking company, introduced the Extreme 9000 series, featuring the Extreme 9920 intelligent network visibility platform.

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Transforming mobile, one eSIM at a time

The global wireless industry has experienced more transformation in the last 10 years than in the previous 50, says Emir Aboulhosn, CEO at NetLync. The challenges this last year has brought, in the form of the coronavirus pandemic, have sharpened this focus to an acute and imminent reality bringing on change even faster.

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Life Lessons: Keep it simple and put yourself in your customers’ shoes

Simon Wilson is chief technology officer for Aruba UK & Ireland , a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company. In this role, he works as a brand ambassador articulating the Aruba vision for experience-driven infrastructure.

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Using IoT to boost industries and support the wider economy

With the UK going into its first financial recession since 2009 as a consequence of COVID-19, many businesses are struggling to stay alive in the current business climate.

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Blueprint for convergence issued by Wireless Broadband Alliance showing critical role of Wi-Fi 6

Convergence between Wi-Fi and 5G access technologies is critical for enabling new breed of services, applications and experiences such as Industry 4.0, augmented & virtual reality (AR/VR), connected cities and Edge computing. This is according to the latest report from the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA), developed with input from mobile carriers, Wi-Fi providers, telecom manufacturers, and its own 5G

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D-Link ushers digital home transformation from new Wi-Fi 6 devices

D-Link introduces three new Wi-Fi 6 solutions that meet the changing demands of today’s device-dense homes, including the industry’s first Wi-Fi 6 USB 3.0 Adapter.

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Withings selects Sequans LTE-M/NB-IoT Monarch 2 platform to connect its next generation

Sequans Communications S.A. announced that Withings, provider of the connected health movement, has selected Sequans’ Monarch 2 LTE-M/NB-IoT technology as the basis for its next generation of IoT connected health devices.

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Boris’s 10-point plan will transform UK energy sector, but is it ready?

The energy industry is well on its way towards a more sustainable future, says Rachel Eyres, a business unit leader at Expleo UK.

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Convenience or corruption? USB media and cybersecurity risk

From hard drives and flash drives to a wide range of other devices, USB media offers a fast, simple way to transport, share and store data when digital transfer isn’t possible.

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Nokia and Optus to provide IoT software solutions to Australian industries

Optus has selected Nokia’s IMPACT Internet of Things (IoT) platform to provide device management and data collection capabilities to their customers. Both companies have agreed on a joint go-to-market strategy to bring IoT solutions to Optus customers across multiple industry segments in Australia.

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Germany deploys its largest LoRaWAN network for energy and water utility

Kerlink, a specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), and ZENNER IoT Solutions GmbH, a LoRaWAN system integrator and solution provider in Germany, have collaborated on the largest LoRaWAN deployment in the country. The deployment includes up to 3,000 Kerlink Wirnet LoRaWAN gateways.

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Growing demand from Chinese telcos for 5G-enabling networking system, says Ethernity

Ethernity Networks reports it has seen growing demand from Chinese telecoms companies for its solutions based on FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array),a 5G-enabling network circuit. The increased demand marks a shift away from software-only User Plane Functionality (UPF) solutions and is said to demonstrate a growing movement towards disaggregation within the Chinese market.

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