Large enterprises propel the 5G Industrial IoT market SMEs to join the race soon, says FMI

The 5G Industrial IOT market revenues were estimated at US$890.0 million (€850.68 million) in 2021 and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 28.1% from 2022-2032, according to a recently published Future Market Insights report. By the end of 2032, the market is expected to reach US$18.8 billion (€17.97 billion). 5G Industrial IOT revenue

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Ericsson and Intel launch global Cloud RAN tech hub

Two of the most innovative companies in global ICT Ericsson and Intel are pooling R&D excellence to create high-performing Cloud RAN solutions. The companies have launched a tech hub in California, USA. It focuses on the benefits that Ericsson Cloud RAN and Intel technology can bring to: improving energy efficiency and network performance, reducing time

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Ericsson and Tampnet bring IoT connectivity management to offshore industries

The vast oceans and seas of the world are proving no barrier to Ericsson’s IoT connectivity capabilities as the company teams up with offshore communications network provider, Tampnet, to improve operational efficiency and worker safety at some of the world’s toughest and remotest workplaces.

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Ericsson report addresses transport and logistics disruptions with ZF and Orange Belgium

Ericsson released a new Connected Truck Transport report in partnership with ZF, Orange Belgium, and Arthur D. Little. The report analyses the power of IoT connectivity to mitigate the complexities brought on by disruptions in the logistics supply chain, including soaring fuel prices, driver shortages, and governmental regulations.

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Hillwood and Ericsson Routes partner to advance autonomous mobility

Ericsson Routes is like a Waze for wireless cellular connectivity, providing connectivity predictions so that users can be sure they will have a consistent and reliable connection throughout the whole journey and when planning routes for autonomous vehicles. Ericsson Routes is an incubation unit within Ericsson to broaden services to the automotive industry.

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Etisalat Misr selects Ericsson to evolve BSS digital transformation and IoT

Etisalat Misr has selected Ericsson to modernise its Business Support Systems (BSS) in Egypt. The transformation will upgrade and modernise Etisalat Misr’s BSS platform to support data and Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) traffic growth, 5G readiness and Internet of Things (IoT).

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DINPAS consortium paves way for fully autonomous systems with ‘globally available, highly accurate’ positioning

Thalwil, Switzerland. 20 January 2022 – Autonomous vehicles, machines, drones, and other automated systems rely on sensors to accurately locate themselves in their environments. While autonomous systems primarily rely on absolute position data for navigation, future applications will also use it to share sensor data with other systems and the infrastructure. Moreover, accurate absolute positioning

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How IoT helps achieve net zero

The internet of things (IoT) is part of our everyday lives home assistants, parking sensors, smartwatches and smart plugs are all connected with the technology. However, these instances represent only a small segment of what the IoT can do on a global scale. From smart cities to driverless cars, connected devices form an integral part

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Ericsson to buy Vonage for US$6.2bn creating a global network and communication platform for open innovation

22nd November, 2021 – Ericsson has entered into an agreement to acquire Vonage Holdings Corp. for US$21 (€18.67) per share. This represents a total acquisition price of approximately US$6.2 billion (€5.51 billion) (Enterprise Value).

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Ericsson launches time-critical communication toolbox

Ericsson is enhancing its 5G capabilities with the launch of an end-to-end solution that aims to guarantee the consistent low latency and high reliability demanded by time-critical applications and services for consumers, enterprises, and public sector.

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Private cellular networks spend to approach $12bn by 2023 enabled by 5G capabilities, says Juniper

A new report by Juniper Research has found that the enhanced capabilities of 5G are driving enthusiasm and awareness of private cellular networks; bringing annual spend on network hardware and services to almost $12 billion (€10.29 billion) globally by 2023, growing 116% from the $5.5 billion (€4.72 billion) expected for 2021.

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Cellular IoT gateway vendors become first-to-market with 5G devices for IoT use cases

IoT market research provider, Berg Insight, has released new findings about the market for cellular IoT gateways and routers. Close to 3.7 million cellular IoT gateways were shipped globally during 2020, at a total market value of approximately US$1.01 billion (€0.87 billion).

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Market opportunities for 5G, IoT and edge compute

There is an increasingly important link between 5G, IoT and edge compute, with each having implications for the success of the other, says Guy Matthews, editor of NetReporter. So believes Jeremiah Caron, global head of research & analysis with the Technology Group of independent analyst firm GlobalData.

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OQ Technology reveals patent portfolio in the US and Europe to improve satellite communications

5G satellite operator OQ Technology has revealed six pending patent applications in the USA and in Europe that will improve satellite-based IoT and M2M communications in remote locations. OQ Technology’s patent applications include a “wake-up” technology for satellite IoT (Internet of things) devices, IoT device localisation, frequency and timing synchronisation, inter-satellite link technology and satellite

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US$8bn market for IoT security services predicted on 4G and 5G networks by 2026

Global tech market advisory firm ABI Research forecasts that by 2026, Internet of Things (IoT) cellular connections will number more than more than 3 billion. 4G LTE and LPWA networks will bear the brunt of these new connections and drive a US$8 billion market for IoT security services, says the firm.

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Virgin Media O2 selects Ericsson 5G core to power standalone network deployment

Ericsson has been selected by Virgin Media O2 to deploy cloud native, container-based dual-mode 5G Standalone Core on cloud infrastructure in the UK, paving the way for Virgin Media O2 to deliver ultra-fast connectivity to consumers and develop advanced enterprise use cases.

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