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The 3GPP 5G smart grid project has been initiated by China Telecom and 27 other 3GPP members including China Mobile, China Unicom, Vodafone, Telefonica, Orange, vendors including Huawei, scientific and... more
Deutsche Telekom IoT has announced the completion of its LTE-M network across Germany, now commercially available in both post-paid and pre-paid IoT offerings, including its Business Smart Connect LPWA and... more
Vodafone UK has partnered with Skyports and Deloitte to transport medical supplies for NHS Scotland using drones via its LTE mobile network. The drone flights will begin later this year,... more
The Business Times writes that Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) is looking to work with China Unicom and mobile alliance Bridge Alliance to allow the two telcos’ enterprise customers to carry out... more
China Mobile has stopped adding new IoT/M2M connections to its 2G network as it accelerates construction of NB-IoT infrastructure across the country, reports Mobile World Live citing news portal more
Deutsche Telekom (DT) has spun off its IoT business into an independent company, Deutsche Telekom IoT GmbH (DT IoT), effective 1 July 2020. With the move, DT says it ‘aims... more
US-based technology company Affluence Corporation has purchased the assets of Vibe Wireless, a company set up to provide mobile voice, fixed line and data services in the Caribbean region. The... more
The Danish Energy Agency (DEA, or Energistyrelsen) has approved the award of a 16-year nationwide 450MHz spectrum licence to Net 1 Denmark (registered as Ice Danmark), the current holder of... more
Norwegian-listed Ice Group announced this morning that it has completed the sale of its Danish wireless broadband/IoT network operating subsidiary Net 1 Denmark to Cibicom (formerly Teracom), which owns and... more
O2 UK has announced that its LTE-M IoT network has been expanded to 10,000 sites, spanning the east of the country and covering 57% of UK premises and 58% of... more