Orange Business Services (OBS) has teamed up with Siemens to launch a new set of IoT tools for industrial companies.
The claim that connectivity is a commodity has existed in the mobile industry for some time and has recently extended itself to the Internet of Things.
Telefónica has teamed up with Software AG to offer its suite of IoT and digital transformation services to enterprises.
DNA has teamed up with Cisco to launch an IoT service for Finnish businesses, as well as joining a global alliance of operators focused on the Internet of Things.
Deutsche Telekom has signed up a range of new partners to its smart home platform Qivicon, as its Greek subsidiary prepares to launch an offering to its customers.
Telefónica’s business customers will be able to extend their IoT offerings to the Chinese market after the operator signed a new deal with China Unicom.
Three has launched a Cisco Jasper-based IoT service across its footprint, as the vendor announced its platform would now support NB-IoT connectivity.
Deutsche Telekom and 1NCE have teamed up to offer a low-cost IoT tariff for enterprises as they bid to accelerate growth in the connected devices market.
US operator AT&T is to sell connectivity from Three to its business customers in the UK, while TIM and Huawei revealed plans to launch an IoT-focused lab in Italy.
Vodafone used the first day of Mobile World Congress to unveil deals with China Mobile and Lamborghini, as the UK-based company’s CEO said he had a dream of building a connected motorway.
Deutsche Telekom is hoping cities will sign up to a new white label service that enables citizens to access a range of services via an app or card.
Vodafone has teamed up with Samsung to expand its consumer IoT offering, with the first combined service providing monitoring solutions for the home.
Nokia has launched a new suite of services designed to help operators break into the smart city space.
Tele2 has signed a five-year deal with Nokia to launch a global IoT network-as-a-service offering for large businesses.
Telefónica is bringing its IoT and data analysis technologies to agricultural development projects through a new partnership with a United Nations agency.
Deutsche Telekom and lenses company ZEISS have extended their smart glasses partnership by setting up a joint venture to develop the technology.
Senior executives from Orange, Proximus, Three and Vodafone have been confirmed as headline speakers at the latest European Communications and Mobile Europe IoT in Telecoms conference.
Deutsche Telekom has teamed up with the likes of China Mobile and Ericsson, in a consortium that aims to drive IoT use cases across the likes of smart cities, manufacturing, energy, healthcare and transportation.
Cisco is to help Luxembourg digitise its economy thanks to a Memorandum of Understanding signed at the World Economic Forum event in Davos, Switzerland.
O2 UK is shuttering its smart home service after it experienced a disappointing response from customers.
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