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Forecast: Telecoms, pay-TV services spending to reach $1.5trn

Forecast: Telecoms, pay-TV services spending to reach $1.5trn

Worldwide spending on telecommunications and pay-TV services is forecast to reach $1.5 trillion (€1.3trn) in 2021, representing an increase of 1 per cent over 2020, according to the Worldwide Semiannual…

Viakoo raises $10m in Series A funding

Viakoo, a specialist in IoT device remediation, has secured $10 million (€8.59m) in Series A funding led by Shasta Ventures, joining existing investors Stanley Black & Decker, PivotNorth Capital, and…

Non-cellular 5G tech gets ITU-R approval

The world’s first non-cellular 5G technology standard has been recognised by International Telecommunication Union’s Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) and included as part of the 5G standards in IMT-2020 technology recommendation. Wirepas,…

Forecast: Smart TV VA transactions near $500m in 2023

Forecast: Smart TV VA transactions near $500m in 2023

A study from Juniper Research has found that spend through voice assistant-enabled smart TVs will reach nearly $500 million (€432.2m) in 2023; a sharp increase from the $126 million expected…

Forecast: Satellite IoT subs base to reach 15.7m by 2025

According to a research report from specialist IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the global satellite IoT communications market is growing at a good steady pace. Despite the impact of the…

Report: Pandemic accelerated demand for visual-first experiences

Report: Pandemic accelerated demand for visual-first experiences

Findings from brand media experience platform Cloudinary’s third State of Visual Media report reveal a substantial increase in images and video content publishing during the pandemic. For example, video views…

Ericsson shares limitless connectivity vision

Ericsson shares limitless connectivity vision

Suggesting that a seismic technology shift is underway around the world, which is going to unleash an entirely new wave of innovation to address some of the planet’s most pressing…

Report: Digital tech adoption aids climate goals

Report: Digital tech adoption aids climate goals

A report from Vodafone and WPI Economics calls on the UK Government to put the fast deployment of digital technology at the core of its forthcoming net zero strategy. The…

hiSky, Avanti IoT collaboration

hiSky, a developer and service provider of a satellite agile IoT network, has partnered with Avanti Communications, a provider of high throughput satellite capacity across EMEA and operator of HYLAS…

Thuraya orders new satellite from Airbus

Thuraya orders new satellite from Airbus

Airbus has won a contract from Al Yah Satellite Communications (Yahsat) to build its Thuraya 4-NGS. Airbus also has an option to build Thuraya’s ‘5-NGS’ craft. The satellite is described…

LEO flat-panel from OneWeb

LEO flat-panel from OneWeb

Low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite operator OneWeb has unveiled what it says is its newest and smallest user terminal to offer high-speed Internet connectivity to businesses, governments and communities across…

NVIDIA/Arm deal: Competition concerns

NVIDIA/Arm deal: Competition concerns

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has found that NVIDIA’s purchase of Arm raises serious competition concerns. A summary of the CMA’s report, which was sent to the Secretary…

Inmarsat upgrades L-band for IoT

London-based satellite operator Inmarsat says it is making a significant upgrade to its ELERA L-band network to specifically cope with a surge in demand from companies and governments wanting Internet…

SpaceX to buy Swarm Tech.

SpaceX to buy Swarm Tech.

Swarm Technologies makes tiny cube-satellites. SpaceX has filed a request with the FCC to transfer all of Swarm satellite licences to SpaceX. The FCC application states that Swarm is being…

Concerns over Inmarsat LEO fleet

London-based Inmarsat says it is looking at launching its own low Earth orbiting (LEO) constellation of satellites. But there are concerns whether the company has the satellite frequencies needed to…

Survey: AR overtakes AI as most disruptive tech

Survey: AR overtakes AI as most disruptive tech

Augmented reality (AR) has replaced artificial intelligence (AI) as the most disruptive emerging technology, according to a survey by GlobalData, a data and analytics company. GlobalData’s latest report, Emerging Technology…

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