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.
The enterprise market will drive hardware spending in the IoT market next year, but its dominance will be shortlived, according to new research.
The CEO of analyst firm Beecham Research has hit out at the hype surrounding the IoT and the potential revenues some are predicting it will create.
Swisscom has invested an undisclosed amount in operator-backed software platform SoftAtHome.
European Communications has launched its latest quarterly survey, which focuses on the M2M/IoT space.
EE has revealed a host of new products and services as it bids to target the enterprise market.
Ericsson has announced a customer experience contract win with Yoigo and a smart meter deployment deal with an Austrian utility company.
By Patrice Slupowski, VP Digital Innovation at Orange
Consumers are keen on connected car services and would delay purchasing a vehicle to get them, a new study has found.
A Deutsche Telekom exec has said that the operator’s success at taking on the Amazon Kindle is evidence it can become the number one player in the smart home market.
Telenor has reinforced its new Internet of Things department with the appointment of Robert Brunbäck.
Tele2’s ever-expanding M2M division has signed up several new IoT partners in Benelux.
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