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Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Italtel gets into analytics; Colt hooks up to Azure; Telefónica makes friends in Iceland; Nokia sells G.fast in Japan.
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When Light Reading was launched in 2000 I figured it would be a fun way to make a living for five years. Today, that "five year mission" is in its sixteenth year and ...
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Sigfox has hit back at recent criticism of its Internet of Things (IoT) technology, arguing that LoRa, a low power, wide area (LPWA) rival, is not really open and ...
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Remember WiMax? There was a time when the high-speed technology -- once touted as a 4G rival to LTE -- was the talk of telecom. WiMax networks seemed to pop up ...
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LONDON -- Smart IoT London -- A trigger event akin to the 2007 arrival of the iPhone will be the catalyst for an Internet of Things (IoT) boom, according to William ...
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By Ray Le Maistre, International Group Editor, 3/21/2016
If you haven't yet entered this year's Leading Lights awards, you'd best hurry up -- the initial deadline for entries is this Friday, March 25.
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Mobile World Congress, arguably the most important single annual meeting point for the global communications networking industry, is a massive money-spinner for the ...
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The Leading Lights, Light Reading's prestigious annual awards program, is ready to accept this year's crop of entries, and it's bigger and better than ever!
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STMicroelectronics plans to build ICs incorporating circuitry for LoRa wide area networks, the Internet of things (IoT) networking WAN technology developed by Semtech.
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HONG KONG -- Global Mobile Broadband Forum 2015 -- The path to 5G, cost savings and customer experience are just some of the important topics on the agenda during day ...
By Gagandeep Kaur, Contributing Editor, 10/16/2015
During the recent visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Silicon Valley, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced plans to offer broadband services to 500,000 Indian ...
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For years, CIOs ran IT as a separate entity within the enterprise. The popularity ...
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