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Telenor Myanmar and Ericsson have trialled NB-IoT on Telenor’s LTE network in Mandalay, testing devices and use cases including vehicle-fitted solutions and ambient sensors for business applications. Jai Prakash, CTO... more
Telstra has forged an exclusive partnership with Arduino under which it will release the new Arduino MKR NB 1500 IoT developer board in Australia, supporting NB-IoT LTE-M (LTE Cat M1)... more
Deutsche Telekom (DT) has followed up its widespread deployment of NB-IoT across Europe and the US with the announcement that it is preparing to roll out commercial LTE-M technology in... more
Telenor Norway yesterday (21 November) announced the launch of its LTE-M IoT network, following its NB-IoT network launch on 26 September, claiming over 99% population coverage and up to 81%... more
Orange France has announced the commercial launch of its LTE-M network, with Orange Group promising further commercial LTE-M network launches in Spain and Romania by the end of 2018. Having... more
T-Mobile Netherlands has informed its customers on its website that it will switch off its GSM 2G/2.5G network on 15 November 2020, with all calling, texting and data services to... more
In the US, DISH Network has selected Ericsson to deliver radio access and core infrastructure for an NB-IoT network slated for ‘nationwide’ completion in March 2020. Ericsson completed the initial... more
Ligado Networks – the new company which emerged from ill-fated open-access 4G start-up LightSquared in February 2016 – has revealed plans to begin developing 5G technology in the 1400MHz-1600MHz L-Band... more
Canada’s Telus has launched its LTE-M IoT network across British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada plus major centres in Manitoba, claiming the most comprehensive LTE-M coverage in the... more
Rogers Communications has announced plans to launch a national LTE-M network ‘to power the next era of IoT in Canada’, in partnership with Ericsson. Rogers will light up LTE-M in... more