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Parks: European smart home market “awakens”

Parks Associates has released a report showing that despite an initially conservative approach to IoT opportunities, many different types of EU companies are now pioneering approaches and introducing beneficial IoT…

Helios Wire backs IoT for satellite

Vancouver-based Helios Wire is ploughing $4 million in additional funding to go towards the launch of two specialist satellites for Internet of Things connectivity. “The funds from this round of…

Kudelski posts H1 loss

In the first half 2017, the Kudelski Group, a provider of media content protection and value-added service technology, grew consolidated revenues by 12.7 per cent reaching $545.7 million, while delivering $6.7…

Vodafone consumer IoT this year

Vodafone has committed to launching consumer IoT this autumn, with the solution being trialled by the Group’s CEO Vittorio Colao as its Q1 results were revealed. The operator first promised…

Ericsson turns back to telecoms

Ericsson will no longer search for business beyond the telecoms sector and will refocus on selling networks to mobile phone companies in a move to cut costs and halt a…

Nokia infrastructure for video, IoT

Nokia says new IP technology launches are designed to prepare businesses and operators for a complete rethink of how their internet infrastructure is set up. It unveiled three pieces that…

Over 200m have Gigabit Internet availability

Over 200m have Gigabit Internet availability

Viavi Solutions has released an updated version of Gigabit Monitor, the company’s visual database referencing current and planned gigabit deployments around the world. Analysis of deployments reveals that 219 million…

Study: IoT market ‘has credibility problem’

The potential of the IoT market has been overblown and will account for just seven percent of global IT spend in 2025, new research has forecast. Strategy Analytics said claims…