Mobile operator Three has selected Cisco Jasper to jump start its Internet of Things offering across its entire footprint.
The IoT is the focus of European Communications’ latest quarterly survey, as we look to take the temperature of this key industry trend.
Deutsche Telekom signed up 100,000 new customers for its smart home service last year, its VP of Connected Home has revealed, largely thanks to the efforts of its marketing department.
Vodafone has claimed to be the first mobile provider to exceed 50 million Internet of Things (IoT) connections.
Verizon has formed a new division, called Exponent Technologies, offering a portfolio of software and internet platforms to help other mobile operators to deploy new technologies without the high cost of new infrastructure and resources.
Slovakia and Norway are the latest markets to roll out Deutsche Telekom’s smart home platform, the Germany-based operator has revealed.
Erik Brenneis needs to update his biography on Vodafone’s website.
The IoT revolution is expected to gather pace in the next decade with total addressable revenue for mobile operators set to pass $200 billion by 2025.
The GSMA has urged operators to help it create harmonised data sets in order to drive the creation of new IoT-based services.
Nokia has launched an IoT managed service for the enterprise market, as it encouraged operators to offer up spare capacity.
A new partnership involving telcos, vendors and IT companies aims to safeguard the security of the IoT.
By Mike Mulica, CEO, Actility
Telefónica has won a deal to provide telematics to car hire company Hertz in Mexico.
Orange Business Services (OBS) has signed a multi-million euro deal with satellite technology company Viasat to provide an IoT roaming service.
Ericsson is to supply its Device Connectivity Platform to China Mobile as it looks to manage up 200 million IoT connections in the next few years.
'Tis the season for predictions for the year ahead, so the team has picked through the multitude of forecasts that have come into European Communications and chosen some of the most pertinent.
Orange’s enterprise arm has won a deal to provide IoT connectivity services across seven European countries to car rental company Hertz.
The insurance, consumer, healthcare and retail sectors are forecast to account for the fastest spending growth on the IoT by 2020, according to new research.
A majority of UK consumers are unlikely to purchase connected home technology over the next five years, according to new figures, but those that do are most likely to choose a smart heating service.
Connected cars, smart homes and cities, privacy issues and how to hack a doll all feature in videos from the European Communications/Mobile Europe IoT Conference, which are now available to view.
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