How always-on satellite connectivity can take your business to the next level

Calling all new entrants, disruptors, and established IoT players from across the world! Is unreliable connectivity a barrier to scaling your products and services across commercial land markets? Are you hoping to scale your offering, either regionally or globally or break into new sectors?

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What are the Criteria for Selecting a Global IoT Connectivity Partner?

(Sponsored White Paper) The IoT connectivity market is forecast to grow strongly between now and 2025, at which point 43% of contracts are projected to be global and regional, rather than national. While the benefits are clear, and start with a single partnership – they can’t be entered without due consideration and diligence. This whitepaper,

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The ultimate guide to IoT in Logistics

Welcome to The World of Logistics! By 2030, IoT in Logistics is predicted to be worth more than $100 million. To help our logistics customers get an understanding of what they need to know to succeed with IoT, we’ve created a unique Nomadic Device guide that outlines how to achieve quick time to value. We’ll

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Fibocom Releases “5G Network Slicing Empowering Vertical Industries” White Paper to Unveil the 5G New Value

5G provides the connection of multiple devices to communicate seamlessly and simultaneously, one of the main technologies behind which is network slicing. As more industries are looking to transform digitally, 5G network slicing is able to support verticals with its efficient slicing and resource allocation techniques. Fibocom’s latest white paper, “5G Network Slicing Empowering Vertical

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3 ways to optimise service dispatches in the era of the connected worker

Modern service teams are winning customer trust and increasing service profitability by optimising every aspect of the service dispatch—from how they communicate with connected products to how they train technicians and scale expertise. Innovations in augmented reality (AR) and remote monitoring through the Internet of Things (IoT) provide technicians with actionable information that can help

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Why memory and storage are essential for the intelligent edge

The Intelligent Edge, also known as edge computing, is becoming increasingly essential for operational efficiencies and this change from a centralised model of computing is happening at speed. Shifting the intelligence from the cloud to the edge enables operational and management decisions on real-time events to be made at the local level. According to IDC,

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How to Get IoT Connectivity Right

Technological advances are creating a new wave of connected products that previously operated in isolation. This enables companies to control large numbers of products remotely, improving operational efficiency in the field. It allows them to constantly gather streaming information from sensors, creating opportunities for new services and reducing the cost of existing ones. The Key

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Nozomi Networks Labs report: Vulnerability disclosures rising at an alarming rate

A new report from Nozomi Networks Labs finds cyber threats growing at an alarming rate in the first half of 2021. Attacks are driven largely by the emergence of Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) gangs that are cashing in on critical infrastructure organisations.

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White Paper: The Evolution of Global Connectivity

(Sponsored White Paper) For enterprises entering the IoT industry, global connectivity is essential. But that doesn’t make it easy. In fact, 41% of people call connectivity a top challenge when it comes to deploying IoT solutions. This white paper will look at the different methods for obtaining global connectivity and the challenges you’ll need to

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Report: Why Bluetooth and LTE M/NB-IoT are enabling wireless synergy for IoT

With volumes of connected IoT devices accelerating into the tens of billions, selecting wireless connectivity has become an increasingly complex challenge, involving sophisticated calculations to balance the needs of specific devices and use cases with coverage, throughput, cost and security demands.The moving devices of IoT need to leave enterprise campuses and transition freely across the

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Rail operators see clear signals for smart railway adoption

This report first appeared in Transport 360 magazine. Rail transport is an industry of two halves, covering transportation of passengers and transportation of cargo. Although the infrastructure used for each is broadly common, different business models, technologies and systems are utilised.

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Global Fuze study reveals gaps in trust & shifting attitudes toward flexible work

Fuze, the cloud-based communications provider for the modern global enterprise, announced the results of a new global study of 8,800 workers, which reveals that as flexible work is increasingly viewed as an expectation for the working world, attitudes continue to vary widely across industries, roles and geographies.

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The Matter Standard: The new revolutionary standard for smart homes

( SPONSORED FEATURE ) The smart home continues to evolve in available functions and complexity as several different connectivity protocols from numerous suppliers target a variety of products for use in smart homes. However, according to incontrol, as many as 71% of consumers acknowledge fear of their personal information being stolen while using smart home

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Homogenous global cellular connectivity is key for the enterprise smart buildings market

The enterprise smart buildings market is a fast-growing opportunity with connections growing to exceed 1.6 billion by 2030. The market potential is huge, but to capitalise on this opportunity vendors will need to offer homogenous ‘platform’ style solutions globally.   The main trend in the smart buildings space is an increasing desire to integrate different kinds of smart

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Will LoRaWAN’s diverse ecosystem lead to private network success?

Much of the excitement around private networks, owned and operated by organisations on behalf of their businesses, rather than public networks provided by telecoms network operators that can be accessed by any customer, has been focused on the imminent arrival of 5G. However, even though private, standalone networks will lead the 5G charge, for many

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How to maximise revenue from the 5G Value Plane

Mobile operators have customers lining up for 5G to enable services from IoT to augmented reality. The versatility of 5G supports enormous device density per cell, huge throughput and ultra-low latency. These attributes singly or together open up a raft of opportunities, but mobile operators know that they can’t address these with precision by applying

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