It’s no secret that organizations utilizing low-power IoT applications should be giving increased consideration to their eventual migration from 2G and/or 3G networks to LTE. While the transition seems daunting – and make no mistake, any major change has bumps in the road – working ahead with your timeline and technology requirements in mind will make the process much easier to [...]
Multi-Tech Systems, Inc., a global manufacturer of M2M and IoT communication devices, announced the availability of their first cellular modems and devices based on LTE Category M1 and NB-IoT technologies, the 3GPP mobile broadband industry’s first foray into low-power wide-area (LPWA) networks being deployed now by a number of mobile network operators.
Alexander Bufalino joined KORE in October 2016 as senior vice president of international sales and marketing. Here, he tells IoT Now that, following the acquisition of Wyless, the company is addressing customers’ needs for global services and preparing to widen its offering to include software and services in addition to connectivity.
A quarterly survey of 140 executives that self-identify as buyers of products and services for the Internet of Things (IoT) shows a mixed picture for the near-term sales of hardware, software, connectivity, and services in the nascent technology sector.
Hong Kong, China & Singapore (Business Wire) — Maestro Wireless Solutions, a Hong Kong-based M2M wireless solutions and design service provider, has signed a partnership agreement with KORE Wireless Group. The deal allows Maestro Wireless customers to obtain one-step privileged access in Asia to the KORE network
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