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South Korea’s KT Corp and LG Uplus have jointly established what they claim to be the world’s first nationwide commercial NB-IoT network. The announcement on 17 July came eight months... more
America Movil (AM) and Samsung Electronics have signed and formalised a letter of intent (LoI) to develop a series of pioneering ‘hyper-connectivity’ projects across Latin America. Under the agreement, the... more
UAE-based telecoms group Etisalat has announced the commercial launch of NB-IoT and LTE-M IoT technologies on its live network, claiming a first for the Middle East and North African region.... more
Three firms have expressed an interest in acquiring 450MHz spectrum, which is being offered for sale by the Polish government. The frequencies were returned by Orange Polska earlier this year... more
Sigfox has announced that its partner company WND-UK will accelerate UK coverage of Sigfox’s dedicated LPWA IoT network to ‘up to 95%’ of the population ‘by 2019’. The existing Sigfox... more
China Unicom, China’s second largest mobile provider by subscribers, has confirmed that it has not yet set a timeline for the introduction of 5G services. Speaking at the sidelines of... more
Global mobile association the GSMA has declared that its Mobile IoT Initiative has ‘taken off’, citing the recent commercial rollouts of Low Power, Wide Area (LPWA) solutions by some of... more
French giant Orange Group has set a target of national coverage of France with LoRaWAN IoT network technology by the end of this year, as it also announced plans for... more
UK-based IoT specialist Telit and Swedish telecoms group Tele2 have introduced Telit simWISE, a ‘first-of-its-kind’ cellular module-embedded technology, designed to replace traditional SIM cards in connected devices. The initial release... more
New Zealand-based Spark is set to partner with Nokia to improve the capacity, flexibility and agility of its core and backhaul IP/MPLS networks. Under the terms of the contract, Nokia... more