Topic: internet of things
Japan’s NTT DoCoMo announced it is terminating its NB-IoT service, which it started offering almost a year ago.
Semtech is collaborating with Helium in its efforts to develop one of the largest LoRa-based networks in North America.
Considering that Verizon shares a lot of similarities to how utilities work, it’s no surprise that it’s courting this very industry as part of its IoT strategy.
The EdgeX Foundry announced the availability of its Edinburgh release, created for IoT use cases across vertical markets.
Wide-Area IoT connections – including cellular and non-cellular technologies – increased nearly 70% in 2018, growing at a much faster pace than expected.
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 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.