Monetising IoT demands a smart revenue management strategy

Transforming itself into a major value-added player that is a key part of the IoT value chain is not necessarily straightforward for a CSP, but it is expected to be a key part of many CSPs’ vision.

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Huawei and KUKA sign partnership to develop smart manufacturing

Huawei signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with KUKA, a global provider of robot technology. The deal is to develop smart manufacturing solutions for industrial markets in Europe and China.

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Tridium launches Niagara product and services

Tridium Inc. has launched Niagara, a global network of Niagara Partners.

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Ahead of the game?

The fire alarm management industry is already using smart devices, says Keith Minster, product manager of Drax Technology.

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A manifesto for operators in the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is on a crucial cusp. It’s past being just a trend, nudging into consumer consciousness with brands like Canary and Philips’ Hue, and predicted to be worth $7tr by 2020. There are many business models, too.

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Major new smart city strategy report published

The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) and Hypercat have published the interim Smart Strategy for Old Oak and Park Royal, the UK’s largest urban redevelopment.

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IoT shows its credentials as an enabler of a smarter future

With diminishing fossil fuel reserves, a rising global population, strong economic growth in developing countries and major concerns about our environment, controlling electricity consumption has become a serious and extremely challenging issue.

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ForeScout and FireEye combine efforts for detecting and responding cyber threat

ForeScout Technologies Inc., provider of agentless cybersecurity, and FireEye, Inc., cyber attack prevention solution provider, have announced a strategic partnership.

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Ingenu accelerates its dedicated IoT networks strategy to reach more than half the world’s population

Ingenu, providing connectivity exclusively to machines, has accelerated the company’s roll-out of dedicated Internet of Things (IoT) networks around the globe based on burgeoning demand.

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Smart services launch Italtel’s IoT solutions for e-health, energy management and infrastructure monitoring

Italtel is unveiling a new range of services to address the growing Internet of Things (IoT) market at Mobile World Congress.

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Semtech and Digimondo announce roll-out of LoRaWAN™IoT network for Embedded World 2016 in Germany

Semtech Corporation, a supplier of analogue and mixed-signal semiconductors, will demonstrate a LoRaWAN™ Internet of Things (IoT) network deployed by Digimondo, a subsidiary of E.ON, an international energy supplier, at Embedded World 2016 on February 23-25 in Nuremberg, Germany.

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The role of satellites in M2M and IoT

Cellular operators battling for new subscribers by improving their services have driven up ‘population coverage’ – the percentage of people with access to a GSM network – to over 90% in most major economies. This is great news for a large chunk of the M2M and IoT industries where this level of coverage is enough.

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Mobile network architecture redesign proposed by Core Network Dynamics to avoid IoT network overload

Mobile core network software start-up Core Network Dynamics (CND) announced a solution to the looming mobile network traffic overload problem expected to arise from the projected massive influx of IoT devices.

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Ericsson software aims to enhances Volvo driver entertainment, and future productivity in self-drive mode

Ericsson has announced more details of its plans to power the ultimate connectivity experience for self-driving cars.

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Telit adds broadband data plans to pan-European IoT connectivity services to predict costs, support devices

Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), has added broadband data plans to its Pan-European connectivity services introduced in July 2015.

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EnergiMidt and Paradox Engineering sign partnership for smart energy and urban networks in Denmark

Danish regional energy and fiber broadband provider EnergiMidt signed an agreement with Swiss technology company Paradox Engineering SA to develop innovative smart city networks and provide advanced services to the public sector and private business customers in Denmark. The two companies have already been collaborating on a pilot smart lighting and smart parking project for

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