The GSMA, with partners SIMalliance and ESMIG, have published a new report written by analyst house Beecham Research highlighting the importance of the GSMA Embedded SIM Specification and eUICC to the future of the utilities sector.
NXP Semiconductors N.V. unveiled a Modular IoT Gateway Solution for large node networks (LNNs) with pre-integrated, tested and RF certified support for a wide array of wireless communications protocols including Thread, ZigBee and Wi-Fi.
iPass Inc., a provider of global mobile connectivity, and Armada, a complete supply chain visibility platform, have announced a partnership to utilise the iPass global Wi-Fi network and analytics to provide Armada customers with the location data of goods moving through global supply chains with Armada IoT (Internet of Things) tiles.
Chances are your small business already uses Internet of Things technology for day-to-day tasks. Smartphones, for instance, have become a standard tool for any businessperson to stay on top of emails, projects, finances, and processes.
Tapestry Solutions, Inc., a non-fully integrated subsidiary of Boeing, has launched its Enterprise Sensor Integration (ESI) software platform that is designed to transform supply chain operations and help businesses tap the power of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Telenor has announced the launch of Valyou, a mobile financial services provider offering affordable and convenient mobile money solutions in Malaysia through a handy mobile wallet app.
Nokia conducted a trial using NB-IoT (Narrowband Internet of Things) technology on Finnish operator Sonera’s commercial 4G network to accelerate the creation of an IoT ecosystem, and provide support for the ever-growing number of IoT-connected devices.
Voice recognition technology is shaking up the CE industry, broadening the horizons of speaker vendors and reinventing the audio device as the gatekeeper of voice, smart home and machine learning.
Orange and Porto Seguro Conecta are collaborating to support IoT (Internet of Things) projects in Brazil to meet the demand from multinational corporations.
Establishing a solid telecoms network that can cope with the capacity and coverage required to power the Internet of Things (IoT) is a serious challenge telecoms companies need to address within the next 12 months if they are to keep pace with the rapid evolution of digital technologies.
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