Vodafone UK is expected to launch a consumer IoT play “soon” as its CEO looks to reclaim lost ground.
Orange has teamed up with security company G4S to offer a smart home security solution in Luxembourg.
By Bengt Nordstrom, Co-Founder and CEO of independent telecoms business consultancy Northstream
KPN has unveiled a new IoT platform as it looks to boost the performance of its struggling enterprise arm.
The number of new companies adopting Internet of Things services has slowed, data from Vodafone has shown, but the operator’s IoT chief remains upbeat that the latest tech will unleash the next wave of market entrants.
BT has signed a partnership deal with a new subsidiary of Hitachi to develop IoT solutions for their respective enterprise customers.
Telia is using the emerging connected car market as a testing ground to transform itself, a senior executive has revealed.
Orange’s enterprise division has won a deal to supply a bike security start-up with global IoT connectivity and management capabilities.
The Internet of Things will offer a $1.8 trillion revenue opportunity for mobile operators by 2026, according to new figures from the GSMA.
Orange’s enterprise division has won a deal to provide global IoT connectivity to a Finnish wearables company.
Swedish triple-play provider Com Hem is to offer a range of "digital" services to customers after signing a deal with TMPL.
Samsung has launched a service to aid the monetisation of data usage by IoT devices.
By Robin Kent, Director of European operations at Adax
TIM has launched the TIM Home ecosystem, introducing a range of new products including a modem and a TV decoder.
Vodafone has committed to launching a consumer IoT offering after the summer, with the solution being personally trialled by the Group's CEO.
The number of households in Europe using smart home technology hit 8.5 million at the end of 2016, according to new research.
Orange Business Services and China Telecom are offering IoT-focused enterprises access to each other’s networks, after signing a new deal.
Nokia has launched two new healthcare devices as it rebranded the Withings subsidiary it acquired last year.
Nokia said a suite of new IP technology launches has been designed to prepare businesses and operators for a complete rethink of how their internet infrastructure is set up.
MTS is backing technology from Nokia to deliver a range of operational improvements as well as new products and services for customers.
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