Cisco, Intel and Deutsche Telekom have selected twelve startups to join the next phase of a joint incubator initiative organised by the three companies.
Orange has launched its accelerator programme in Spain as it looks to strengthen its presence in the country under its Essentials 2020 strategy.
Cisco has said it will make strategic commitments worth $1 billion (€906 million) in the UK over the next three to five years, including $150 million of (€136 million) venture capital investments in IoT startups.
Retail is becoming the fastest growing area within the M2M/IoT space, as businesses look beyond sweating supply chains, new research from Vodafone has claimed.
Tele2 has been selected as a connectivity supplier in a new contract win with GPS device company Spotter.
Telenor has created a new executive position dedicated to the Internet of Things as part of a wider shake-up at the Norway-based operator.
The total M2M revenue opportunity will increase from $500 billion (€446 billion) last year to $1.6 trillion (€1.4 billion) in 2024, new research has revealed.
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has confirmed it will fast-track an investigation into BT’s acquisition of EE, which unveiled its new “connected” strategy.
Leading executives from Beecham Research, TeliaSonera and Orange discuss the latest developments in the M2M/IoT space, particularly how operators can generate new revenues.
Ericsson has been selected as the sole supplier of smart metering solutions as part of a nationwide modernisation of Norway’s power grid.
Orange Business Services has acquired fleet management company Ocean as it looks to turbo charge its position in M2M/IoT.
Telefónica upped its R&D spend last year to €1.1 billion, the most it has ever spent, as it looks to focus on the IoT, big data and next generation networks.
Proximus wants to recruit up to 200 people in a range of areas in the short term as it bids to provide a better service and develop growth areas.
By Adrian Baschnonga, Global Telecoms Lead at EY
The Internet of Things is maturing rapidly as a widening ecosystem of carriers, technology providers and start-ups look to take advantage of the world of connected devices.
Operators are often referred to as oil tankers – big behemoths that take forever to turn around.
Telefónica has revealed that its SmartM2M platform is now being used by more than 500 global enterprises.
Telenor Connexion has announced a strategic move to increase its focus on the German-speaking countries in Europe.
Deutsche Telekom is bringing its smart home platform to the Netherlands and UK as it looks to take a lead in the connected home space.
Tele2 has announced plans to work with IT company HCL Technologies to explore M2M/IoT opportunities in Europe, particularly those within the m-health market.
TeliaSonera’s Chief Commercial Officer Helene Barnekow said people should think differently about the company as she discussed its new strategy.
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