Category: IoT


DT says welcome to the House of Clouds

In a move of consummate German straight-forwardness, Deutsche Telekom has decided not to wait for the rest of the world to catch-up and is simply getting on with its own IoT stuff.

Qualcomm sniffs around NXP

Mobile chip giant Qualcomm is thinking of dropping $30 billion on NFC chip company NXP according to sources at the WSJ and Reuters.

SAP tries to show us how big its IoT is

Posturing in the technology industry is nothing new, but it can be slightly awkward when it’s a company which is still trying to justify its place in the cloud era.

Huawei’s Not-So-Smart City strategy

Huawei unveiled its Smart City strategy at a recent event in China, but several major omissions revealed it needs to get a lot smarter yet.

NB-IoT: setting the pace in the race to 5G

Supporting the aggressive goals of 5G will require tapping into new licensed bands and exploring new ways to use new and existing unlicensed spectrum bands to meet data demands.

SoftBank plans a LoRa LoRa IoT

Japanese operator may have gone abroad to make its massive bet on IoT but its first post-ARM move has been to launch a LoRa network at home.

O2 launches home monthly IoT bundles

O2 has brought consumer IoT services to reality by launching an array of smart home offerings in the UK, targeting the everyday tech user.

Amazon brings IoT to UK in a Dash

Roughly every six months, as the seasons change and we all look forward optimistically to the next half, Amazon reminds us all that its improbable IoT service, Dash, is still a thing. This time, it’s coming to the UK.

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