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Limelight, Ericsson CDN collaboration

Limelight Networks and Ericsson have signed an agreement to collaborate on content delivery and edge cloud services. As more traffic shifts to the public internet from private networks, the need…

ETNO: “Let Europe craft an ambitious policy for digital leadership”

A group of leading telecom CEOs have gathered in Brussels, on the occasion of the annual FT-ETNO Summit, to put forward their vision for Europe’s next policy agenda. As Member…

CCS Insight predicts Netflix cinemas; standard unlimited data

CCS Insight predicts Netflix cinemas; standard unlimited data

Global analyst firm CCS Insight has revealed its predictions for 2019 and beyond. This year, the list of 100 predictions focuses on CCS Insight’s vision for artificial intelligence, the Internet…

Smart home devices to see double-digit growth through 2020

Smart home devices to see double-digit growth through 2020

The worldwide smart home devices market is expected to grow 31 per cent year over year in 2018 to 643.9 million shipments, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide…

AWS takes satellite capacity from Iridium

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is in talks with satellite operator Iridium to extend its existing links which deliver Internet of Things (IoT) messages to those parts of the planet where…

63m smart homes in Europe & N. America by 2022

According to a research report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the number smart homes in Europe and North America reached 45 million in 2017. The most advanced smart…

Smart home integration key to smart TV success

In a joint presentation with Statista Research and Analytics at IBC last week, FFalcon Technology, a part of TCL Group, revealed that the TV market has entered a new generation,…

Sprint, Ericsson partner on IoT network

Sprint and Ericsson have announced a global relationship to build a distributed and virtualised core network dedicated specifically to IoT (Internet of Things), in addition to a IoT operating system.…

Kepler wants initial 15 IoT satellites

Toronto-based new satellite start-up Kepler Communications is seeking a launch provider to place up to 15 of its small mini-satellites into orbit by 2020.  These 15 initial satellites are intended…

7,000 smaller satellites planned for next 10 years

A study from Paris-based Euroconsult says there is a significant expansion underway in the ‘smallsat’ market, both in terms of demand and systems’ capabilities. About 7,000 smallsats are due to…

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