Smart metering: go digital to enable enhanced oversight

Smart metering Internet of Things (IoT) applications have the potential to solve the efficiency, cost and time challenges of manual metre monitoring and reading. As utilities embrace the full potential of digitalisation and strive to become more sustainable, they will need secure, reliable, and uninterrupted IoT connectivity in addition to a seamless, automated way to

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Connectivity and device management doesn’t have to be complex with a unified, holistic view

Charlene Marini is the chief product and marketing officer at Pelion, the provider of connectivity and device management platform and services, that has established itself as a fully-owned subsidiary of Arm. Pelion focuses on enabling enterprises who want a unified solution that delivers a holistic view of their IoT network that allows them to control

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Internet of Cranes provides intelligent control through real-time data

The monitoring and maintenance of cranes fleets have traditionally involved the operator fielding ateam of technicians who – armed with tool bag and logbook – needed to travel to the site tocarry out the necessary work, often responding reactively to incidents

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Green Custard wins AWS advanced consulting partner IoT accreditation

Green Custard Ltd, a UK-based software and Internet of Things (IoT) consultancy, has achieved the status of advanced consulting partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). The company specialises in Industry 4.0, connected devices and smart building systems.

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What is an intelligent network and how could it help your business?

The communications sector is constantly evolving. There always seems to be something new for businesses to consider. So, it can be difficult to know what is right for your business, and what is just a passing fad. Intelligent networks offer advanced technical services for the simplification and enhancement of communication and connectivity. That’s why they are being

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Lumen launches new on-net subsea fibre route between U.S. and France

In the wake of COVID-19, almost 70% of organisations using cloud services say they plan to increase their cloud spending. This is creating a spike in the demand for cloud connectivity services and data worldwide. The need for international bandwidth is already more than doubling every two years, with internet growth increasing rapidly on all

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oneM2M invites contributions on future roadmap for standards based IoT systems

oneM2M is currently finalising a set of specifications for Release 4 of the standard while conducting parallel work on features to include in Release 5. Some of the new features under discussion include the topics of AI for Internet of Things (IoT) systems, tools for data licensing and, controls to guarantee adherence to privacy regulation

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Signify joins HomeGrid Forum to transform wireless communications

HomeGrid Forum has announced that Signify, the provider of lighting, has joined the organisation to expand the innovation and deployment of G.hn technology for Light Fidelity (Li-Fi) applications.

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Maidenhead United FC drives development of new ‘smart stadium’ with partner Connexin

Maidenhead United football club has formed a new partnership with Internet of Things (IoT) and smart city operator Connexin to digitally enhance the club through innovative technologies to build its new ‘smart’ stadium.

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Rising demand sees Vodafone expand narrowband IoT coverage to reach 98% of UK geography

Vodafone has doubled the number of sites in its Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) network to meet increasing demand for Internet of Things (IoT) services. Vodafone NB-IoT coverage now reaches 98% of the UK geography.

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Are we now in an era of ‘intelligent connection’?

In this brand-new Quickfire Interview, editorial director, Jeremy Cowan chats to Vikram Gupta, Senior Vice President and General Manager for IoT Compute & Wireless at Infineon Technologies to find out about the main challenges IoT equipment makers deal with when looking for reliable connectivity, the effect COVID has had on the speed of converting analogue

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Don’t focus only on 5G when it comes to launching IoT offerings

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been maturing for 20 years with some companies driving long-established strategies with high volumes of connections and demonstrably successful business cases.

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Overcoming the barriers to global IoT connectivity: How regional operators can reap rewards from IoT

It is exhilarating to be involved in an innovative and fast-paced technology sector with the potential to transform lives and disrupt business models, acting as a real global gamechanger.

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BICS’ new 5G SA lab helps MNOs and enterprises prepare for international roaming

International communications enabler BICS announces the launch of a new innovation platform the BICS 5G Lab to enable mobile network operators (MNOs) and enterprises to test 5G Standalone (SA) use cases in a lab environment.

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10 key considerations for enterprises before purchasing an IoT sensor

Real-time, technology-driven strategy has become the cornerstone of planning and deploying a successful supply chain, while forecasting potential disruptions for virtually any product category. As the price of sensors has come down over time, says Bryn Lowry, VP of customer success at Cloudleaf, implementing IoT devices has been a massive accelerator for this endeavour.

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MWC Los Angeles 2021 to return as a live event in October

The GSMA has revealed details of MWCLA21, in partnership with CTIA, which will return live and in person this October.

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