Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Umlaut has a 5G lab; Vodafone and Ericsson help with cargo management; TIM gets the thumbs-up from eco-scientists.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Arm trumpets new gaming-friendly GPU; Mavenir in the mix for European public warning systems; Sweden's Telness Tech scores Series A funding.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: repercussions of Belgium's 5G spectrum auction; Telecom Italia trials satellite-based multicast technology; Wimbledon latest.
IoT carrier's overall cellular reach, which includes 2G, 3G and 4G, now extends to 140 countries.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: cross-border autonomous driving made easy; Arqiva wants to save old-school telly; more data centers for Finland, probably.
With 5,325 private networks, China's industrial 5G has achieved serious scale.
Ericsson’s Mobility Report is a reminder making predictions about 5G is tricky, a task not made easier by the current economic and geopolitical environment.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: MTN unveils 5G target; Ekinops passes the Microsoft audition; Zen and the art of getting a decent Wi-Fi signal.
Singtel boldly claims Hyundai 'will have the leading facility for development of a metaverse for the manufacturing industry.'
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Wi-Fi trials in Dublin; Jurassic Fibre extends UK rollout; Telia brings 5G to the Norwegian military.
Cisco EVP talks about the projects aimed at reducing the digital divide and how private 5G-as-a-service could help.
The operator flagged local company Raliacom, which manufactures vehicle-tracking devices, as its first customer.
Walmart is boasting of its ability to reach 4 million US households across six states with its drones. But the company isn't saying anything about how 5G might be involved.
Subsidiary Hubei Xingji Shidai Technology this week acquired control of Alibaba-backed handset firm Meizu for an undisclosed amount.
The Wenjie M5, the first model to be equipped with Huawei's Harmony OS, is reportedly the fastest to reach 10,000 units sold in China.
Duo creates new company Accelsius to accelerate go-to-market of tech developed by Nokia Bell Labs.
Finalization of 3GGP Release 17 includes 5G Reduced Capability (RedCap) New Radio specification. Proponents think it's the shot in the arm that IoT needs.
Buried in the operator's recently published annual report is the revelation that its IoT business could soon become independent.
The Korean government has set 2025 as the target starting data for commercially available urban air services.
The UK operator and Swedish vendor plan new joint offering for a range of industries and see big demand from UK businesses.