Deutsche Telekom and Software AG have announced a partnership to deliver IoT services on a global scale. Deutsche Telekom and its enterprise customer unit T-Systems will expand its cloud of things offering, using Software AG’s Cumulocity IoT platform.
Amazon Web Services has announced the CIC cloud innovation centre at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver to provide students, staff and faculty access to cloud technology to advance projects, along with training on how to employ Amazon’s innovation processes.
California-based ThingLogix and Swiss wireless module company U-Blox are working together to create a joint product that lets the U-Blox user community securely and economically manage their assets at scale.
Californian cloud communications company Twilio is powering its first commercial NB-IoT deployment in the USA by Sensoneo, a smart waste management provider.
In preparation for the impending release of next-generation wifi technology later this year, the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) this week published a white paper that provides deployment guidelines including IoT applications for a number of possible scenarios using WiFi 6 technology.
Sensor company Austria Microsystems, smart municipal works firm Qingdao iESLab Electronic and water utility Jiangxi Water Group plan to extend their China Water Utilities Platform, an alliance founded to promote the benefits of ultrasonic water metering and NB-IoT technologies based on Ali Cloud.
Police in the UK are facing calls to halt the public use of facial recognition software to search for suspected criminals after academics from the University of Essex found matches were only correct in one in five of cases and the system was likely to break human rights laws.
The Global Certification Forum (GCF) has introduced a OneM2M certification programme, following a memorandum of understanding signing earlier this year with the Telecommunications Technology Association.
Deutsche Telekom has NB-IoT certified Telit’s ML865C1-EA and ME910C1-WW modules, meaning the Italian company now has five modules certified for NB-IoT use on the German carrier's network.
Chinese mobile operators are leading the world in the deployment of transformative IoT products and services, according to the GSMA. By connecting the estimated 960 million devices via cellular networks, the country is realising the value of the IoT and transforming society through mass-market deployments in smart home, smart industry and smart city sectors.
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