Category: IoT


AT&T sees 2m net customer growth in Q2 thanks to IoT

Following quarterly announcements from both T-Mobile and Verizon, AT&T has joined the party and revealed net additions on par with its two nearest competitors, largely fuelled by the growth of the connected cars market.

Apple Watch prompts boom in smartwatch shipments

Following Apple’s quarterly report earlier this week which pointed at Apple Watch as one of the reasons behind the firm’s ongoing revenue growth, analyst house Strategy Analytics (SA) has revealed its numbers for the growing smartwatch market.

How will SDN prepare operators for IoT and 5G?

In this podcast, Telecoms.com discusses the merits of SDN and NFV in the operator, and hypothesise how they’ll both enable IoT and 5G for operators in the years to come. Editorial director, Scott Bicheno, and Intelligence content manager, Tim Skinner, mull over how software defined networking has evolved over the past few years alongside its […]

Verizon, Qualcomm drive automated cars through IoT

Verizon and Qualcomm are among 15 partners launching Mcity at the University of Michigan this week, a controlled testing environment for connected and automated vehicles, reports Business Cloud News.

KT, Nokia make good on MoU, launch IoT lab

Korean telco KT, alongside Nokia Networks, has announced the launch of the country’s first dedicated lab for progressing the development of the internet of things, making good on its MoU pledge at MWC earlier this year.

Telefónica discusses its Thinking Things IoT platfom

You’d be forgiven for thinking the Internet of Things had to be great news for operators. They are, after all, in the business of connecting stuff, and once the perennially emergent IoT ecosystem has finally actually emerged, there’s going to be a ridiculous amount more stuff to connect.

The European Commission and the Internet of Things

Idealists and sceptics alike could agree that the European Union and the Internet of Things have a lot in common. An idealist might be inclined to see both as seeking to pull down divisions that have traditionally separated bodies of knowledge and industry, to create an intelligent, integrated whole.

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