Erik Brenneis, Head of Vodafone IoT, says the sheer number of new applications shows the IoT market is really evolving this year.
Telefónica will use Huawei’s smart home platform to offer a range of services to its customers in Latin America.
Nokia’s strategy chief wants the company to develop at least one new business unit based on the Internet of Things.
The joint start-up incubator formed late last year by the innovation arms of European operators Deutsche Telekom, Orange and Telefónica, and Singapore-based SingTel, has been rebranded as Go Ignite.
Ericsson is in talks with US operator AT&T to bring its Digital Life wireless home security and automation system to international customers.
Nokia Growth Partners (NGP) has closed a new US$350 million fund for investments in the burgeoning internet of things (IoT) market, taking its total available for new investments to $500 million.
Deutsche Telekom has signed up five new partners to its Qivicon smart home platform.
Cisco’s plans to acquire Jasper Technologies for $1.4 billion will test the limits of its new partnership with Ericsson.
The critical role of systems integrators to the Internet of Things could lead to Vodafone acquiring one, an analyst firm has predicted.
O2 UK is to extend the use of NetCracker technology to a smart meter project and its Charge-to-Mobile initiative.
O2 has announced plans to bring a smart home product to the UK market later this year.
Belarus Telecommunications (Beltelecom) is the latest European operator to choose Huawei to provide its smart home technology.
Deutsche Telekom, Orange and Vodafone were the headline speakers at the European Communications/Mobile Europe Internet of Things Conference in December.
IBM has made its largest investment in Europe in more than two decades by selecting Munich as the global headquarters for a new Watson Internet of Things business unit.
Deutsche Telekom and Orange said they will work together to present a united front in the scramble for share of the emerging Internet of Things market, particularly in the home.
The CEO of BT Global Services is excited by what EE could offer his customers, but doesn’t see any value in acquiring rivals in the enterprise space.
Cambridge Wireless (CW) will work with UK businesses to address the challenges of IoT adoption as part of a wider programme to boost the country’s IoT industry.
Nokia and Oi Brasil have announced plans to work together on an IoT project.
Ericsson has dived deeper into the shipping sector by partnering with satellite company Inmarsat.
Speakers from Deutsche Telekom, Verizon and Vodafone are among those taking part in a joint European Communications and Mobile Europe event exploring the Internet of Things.
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