Topic: Industrial Internet of Things
CoreTigo, an industrial wireless IoT communications company, raised $10 million in an investment round led by Qualcomm Ventures and Sierra Ventures.
Ericsson has been making a concerted push into the IoT industry for the last couple of years. But apparently, it felt the need for more clarity.
The OpenFog Consortium and the Industrial Internet Consortium are joining forces in hopes of advancing the state of the industry.
Full Spectrum, a wireless networking firm, has changed its name to Ondas Networks as as it doubles down on the mission critical IoT (MC-IoT) space.
The challenges of locating mobile phones indoors are well known, but finding all those IoT devices coming online? That’s where PoLTE is focused.
Ligado Networks filed an amendment to reduce the power level at which certain devices will operate in the downlink.
General Electric and other members of the Industrial IoT Coalition said they’re willing to accept substantially reduced census-tract licensing.
AT&T visited FCC headquarters to explain how census tracts are problematic and emphasize the 3.5 GHz CBRS' need for larger licensed areas.
Several organizations representing rural telecom and electric cooperatives recently met with FCC staff to discuss rules for the 3.5 GHz CBRS.
Nokia said it is working with French power utility EDF’s R&D unit to test the performance of various low-power wide-area technologies.