Topic: internet of things
The MulteFire Alliance announced the completion of its Release 1.1 specification that’s optimized for IoT.
Palo Alto Networks is upping the ante in the security game, announcing a new product that will be directed at mobile service providers early next year.
ETSI released a new specification and two reports on next-generation IP protocols.
If T-Mobile and Sprint do merge, the combined company will pass Verizon as the country’s second-largest IoT service provider, according Counterpoint.
Whether fog computing is driving 5G or 5G is driving fog, the two are certainly entwined here at the second Fog World Congress.
AT&T is launching a vertical industry-focused space at the AT&T Foundry in Plano, Texas.
The LoRa Alliance gets plenty of questions about security, in part because carriers often say their unlicensed networks are more secure than unlicensed.
Vodafone is working to build out an internet-of-things business in the U.S. with “outcome-based pricing.”
Verizon announced that, after more than a year of operating its LTE M network, the offering now supports voice services.
Dish Network is in the midst of spending up to $1 billion by 2020 to build out an NB-IoT network for internet of things applications. But new details and pricing from T-Mobile open a window into just how small of an opportunity Dish appears to be chasing.