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Tag Archives: 2018
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Don’t count Low-Power Wide-Area Networks out just yet: ABI Research suggests that EU telecoms will face increased competition pressures from unlicensed spectrum providers for machine-to-machine (M2M)...

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With so many moving parts to advancing Internet access and enabling communities to reach the rest of the world, the biggest key to success, according to this year’s Jonathan B. Postel Award winner, is...

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Mr. Maciej Fiedler, Chief Executive Officer of Fibar Group S.A. & Mr. Roberto Griffa, Chief Executive Officer of Nice S.p.A. Image courtesy of Fibaro. Nice S.p.A acquires Fibaro for $ 73 million:...

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The IoT could create a black market in stolen sensors and SIMs: This story about a Polish environmental charity that had to pay a $ 2,700 phone bill after a tracker containing a SIM was stolen in the...

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GE’s restructuring plan is complete: I’ve been following the meltdown of GE with interest, as everything from its financing arm to its pursuit of digital transformation has been blamed for...

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Europe 2018 event welcomed 8,600 attendees to Amsterdam Firstly, we’d like to thank all those who attended the IoT Tech Expo Europe. The Europe 2018 event took place in Amsterdam where it hosted...

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Many businesses are already using the IoT to transform their products and services, demonstrating that innovation continues to reduce the overall cost and complexity  of developing connected devices,...

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The 12th edition of the European Dialogue on Internet Governance or the EuroDIG, as it is commonly known, took place in Tbilisi, Georgia, on 5-6 June. The Internet Society (ISOC) is an institutional partner...

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Rigado gets $ 15 million for edge services: If a company wants to create some kind of connected service, it has a long road ahead. It must figure out the connected devices it wants to use (or build),...