Avanci expands 4G coverage to over 80 auto brands

Avanci announced that more than 100 million connected vehicles sold by more than 80 automotive brands are covered by an Avanci license, and that it predicts an additional 30-40 million connected vehicles to be licensed in the next year. Having licensed the majority of patented 2G, 3G, and 4G cellular technologies to the majority of

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Quectel launches connectivity-as-a-service and integrated SIM to simplify IoT deployments in Asia Pacific

Shanghai, China. 29 June 2022 – Following the successful launch of Connectivity as a Service (CaaS) in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, global IoT solutions provider Quectel Wireless Solutions is now A global connectivity sales campaign is being rolled out in the Asia Pacific region. 

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Asset-tracking spend to reach $45bn globally by 2027

Hampshire, UK. 27 June 2022 – A new study from Juniper Research has found that global spend on asset tracking by enterprises will increase from $16 billion (€15.10 billion) in 2022 to $45 billion (€42.48 billion) in 2027 a substantial growth of 184%.

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1NCE now provides NB-IoT coverage maps at a single price

1NCE, the only provider of connectivity and software for IoT at a global flat rate, announced at Embedded World Nuremberg a significant expansion of its global IoT network coverage. The company has doubled its footprint of Narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) coverage and now has NB-IoT coverage maps, available at a single price worldwide.

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As-a-service Internet of Things takes off in a big way

Consumption-based IoT (Internet of Things) at the edge had to happen for the opportunities available through “things” to be fully realised. Business technology journalist Antony Savvas looks at some recent developments that are helping to drive progress.

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What’s your 5G roadmap for future-proof revenue assurance?

5G technology is pervading the world market at a rapid pace. 5G handsets are already a high grosser on e-commerce websites. While a few countries are lagging in deploying the next-gen 5G technology, several other nations already have 5G in the mainstream. Almost all big telecom operators have ramped up their investments in 5G deployment

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How IoT connectivity is reaching new heights

Internet of Things (IoT) solutions utilising SIM-based cellular technology for connectivity are not new but the speed with which IoT is expanding, embracing ever more exciting and dynamic use cases is both compelling and creating market confusion in equal measure, says Nick Sacke, head of IoT Solutions, Comms365.

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Armis and Eseye announce general availability of solution to secure connected devices on cellular networks

Palo Alto, Calif., USA. and Guildford, UK. 1 Feb, 2022 – Global connectivity provider Eseye and agentless device security platform provider Armis announced the general availability of a joint solution that enables organisations to deploy connected devices anywhere in the world with enterprise-class security and consistent, reliable cellular (4G/LTE/5G) connectivity.

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How 4G/5G are making FWA an alternative to fibre

Quectel Wireless Solutions, a global IoT solutions provider, has published a new whitepaper detailing how the concurrent arrival of 5G networks and developments in customer premise equipment (CPE) for fixed wireless access are making FWA a realistic alternative to fiber, cable and DSL connections for the first time. The white paper, ‘Why fixed wireless access

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Why fixed wireless access can provide a fibre alternative with rapid rollout

Fixed wireless access (FWA) is not a new concept; solutions have been around for more than two decades but have only had limited applications because performance has been too limited to support mainstream consumer applications, such as home broadband. However, the arrival of 4G and 5G, where available, and the developments in customer premise equipment

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Vodafone UK announces 3G retirement in 2023

London UK, 25 January 2022 – Vodafone announced that it will begin retiring its 3G network in 2023 as part of a network modernisation programme to improve 4G and 5G experience for all customers. The programme, which will see 3G coverage gradually phased out and replaced by strengthened 4G and 5G services, will mean customers across more parts

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A Comprehensive Guide to Manage the 2G/3G Shutdowns

How to pick the right 4G LTE technology for your IoT applications in the inevitable 2G/3G shutdowns?

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Parrot ANAFI Ai, the 4G connected robotic UAV is ready for work

Paris. December 9th, 2021 – Parrot, the European drone company, is pleased to announce the forthcoming availability of its ANAFI Ai.

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Infovista announces sQLEAR a ML-based standard for 5G VoNR voice quality testing approved by ITU

Paris, France. December 2nd, 2021 – Infovista, the global provider of network lifecycle automation (NLA), announced that its sQLEAR machine learning-based algorithm has been approved by ITU for QoE testing of mobile all-IP voice services, including Voice over LTE (VoLTE), Voice over New Radio (VoNR) and OTT voice.

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Google’s entry into OEM navigation and location-based services space shakes up segment

Boston – Strategy Analytics examines the current state of the navigation and location-based services market, and how the entry of Google into the OEM space changes the market dynamics of the segment.

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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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