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Telstra launches nationwide NB-IoT network for Australia

A new NB-IoT network from Telstra covers major Australian cities and towns and adds to the telco's existing Cat-M1 network.  Australian telco Telstra has launched...

Top ten mobile operators account for 76 percent of cellular IoT...

New research from Berg Insight ranks global mobile operators by number of cellular IoT connections and reveals robust growth among Chinese providers. Which global mobile...

Farming IoT connections to hit 27m by 2021

Whether it's cattle, crops or agricultural machinery that need to be monitored, farming is proving fertile ground for IoT technologies.  The number of wireless connections used...

Singtel to launch nationwide cellular IoT network in Singapore

Singaporean telecommunications company Singtel is to roll-out a nationwide cellular IoT network next month, the company has announced. The network will support CAT-M1 and NB-IoT...

Ericsson launches new network services in preparation for massive IoT

Swedish networking and telecoms equipment and services provider, Ericsson, has launched a new range of network services to enable operators to easily introduce IoT...

AT&T commits to $200 million investment in IoT start-ups

US cellular connectivity provider AT&T is investing $200 million in start-ups that focus on software-defined networks, connected services and IoT platforms. The company will work...

Ericsson, Microsoft team up to offer cellular IoT services

Swedish telecoms company Ericsson and software giant Microsoft are partnering to offer mobile network-based IoT services to enterprises. Ericsson launched its IoT Accelerator back in April...

Worldwide IoT cellular connections to reach 2.4 billion by 2025

The number of IoT cellular connections is set to grow to around 2.4 billion by 2025, according to a report by Strategy Analytics. The analysts...

Preventing drink-driving with IoT, it’s a sobering thought

We've seen internet-connected beer pumps, we've seen connected cups. We've even seen connected ice cubes. All good uses of IoT when a quick drink...