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India’s Reliance Jio Infocomm (Jio) is partnering Samsung to deploy a nationwide NB-IoT network. Hand-in-hand with Jio’s current LTE expansion project, the new IoT network ‘will support a variety of... more
Saudi Telecom Company (STC) has inked 5G agreements with Huawei and Cisco, while also signing a deal with Ericsson to extend the footprint of its 4G networks and deploy LTE-A... more
Sri Lankan operator Dialog Axiata has launched what it calls ‘the first commercial Massive IoT network supporting both Cat-M1 and NB-IoT technologies in South Asia’, in partnership with Ericsson. Deployed... more
Qatar’s Ooredoo Group today announced at Mobile World Congress that it has strengthened its framework agreement with global technology partner Nokia to pave the way for 5G adoption across the... more
China Mobile has signed agreements with vendor partners Nokia and Ericsson to expand their collaboration on 5G and IoT. Through its deal with Nokia, the two companies jointly research and... more
Low power wide area (LPWA) M2M/IoT connections based on unlicensed spectrum technologies – including Sigfox, LoRa and Ingenu – are forecast to reach 50 million by the end of 2018,... more
Turkcell and South Korea’s Samsung have entered a 5G development partnership ‘to assess and test the 5G network technology in 2018 in Turkey’, the Anadolu Agency website reported. Turkcell added... more
Danish full-service telco TDC has disclosed that it is in the process of expanding its NB-IoT network across its entire nationwide 4G LTE footprint, having so far covered Greater Copenhagen.... more
Dutch quadruple-play operator VodafoneZiggo has awarded Ericsson a contract to deploy its virtual Evolved Packet Core (vEPC) network solution, which will be implemented on VodafoneZiggo’s common cloud infrastructure during the... more
Japan’s KDDI (au) has confirmed that it launched commercial LTE-M-based low power, wide area (LPWA) IoT network services in January 2018. KDDI’s initial LPWA projects include smart gas metering, whilst... more