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‘Banned’ satellite Swarm seeks IoT permission

In January, a new company, US-based Swarm Technologies, launched 4 tiny satellites (‘Space Bees’) each barely larger than a slice of bread.  The FCC told Swarm in December last year…

Ericsson: 5G on a roll; cellular IoT ramping up

Commercial rollouts of 5G and larger than previously forecasted deployments of cellular IoT are focal points in the latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report. The forecast for cellular IoT…

Irdeto secures Indentive’s Connective

Irdeto is partnering with Indentive, a Swedish IoT technology provider, to secure its home IoT platform, Connective. Indentive will implement Irdeto Cloakware Software Protection and Cloakware Secure Environment to ensure…

Kudelski Group, u-blox collaborate

The Kudelski Group, a specialist in digital security, and u blox, an expert in positioning and wireless communication technologies for the automotive, industrial and consumer markets, have announced the signing…

Survey reveals consumer priorities for the IoT

Digital age business transformation specialist CSG has revealed results of its global market survey, The Digital Future Report: IoT Edition, which evaluates consumer understanding, usage and sentiment about current and…

Dutch space approval for 50 IoT satellites

Dutch space approval for 50 IoT satellites

Magnitude Space, recently renamed as Hiber Global, has received approval from the Radiocommunications Agency Netherlands to launch a fleet of up to 50 small nano-satellites into Low Earth Orbit (LEO)…

Broadband Forum brings IoT home with USP standard

The Broadband Forum has published its User Services Platform (USP) – a new standard for implementing, deploying and managing all types of devices in the broadband home. For the first…

5G won’t save wireless connectivity revenue growth

There will be 9 billion user-linked subscriptions to wireless services by 2023, up from 7.7 billion today according to forecasts from Strategy Analytics’ Service Provider Group. The report, Worldwide Cellular…

Broadband Forum “holistic approach” to broadband development

Broadband Forum “holistic approach” to broadband development

A new conception of broadband is on target to be achieved as the industry experiences an era of unparalleled change and challenge, and networks transform to meet the opportunities of…

RDK adoption surges globally

At the 2018 Connected TV World Summit, RDK Management provided its annual update about the adoption of the RDK (Reference Design Kit) software used to power customer-premises equipment (CPE) from…

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