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Sigfox appoints Jeremy Prince as the company’s new CEO

Sigfox has announced the appointment of Jeremy Prince to lead operations at the global IoT network provider.

Prince replaces Ludovic le Moan who co-founded Sigfox and served as its CEO since December 2010.

“I wish the very best to Jeremy and I am confident that he will...

What is AWS Fleet Hub and what does it mean for IoT?

At its recent Re:Invent 2020 event, Amazon Web Services (AWS) revealed that it now has more than half a billion devices connected across more than ten thousand customers who are using its IoT infrastructure. Existing AWS IoT components are quite technical building-blocks, ranging from FreeRTOS...

ABI Research: LoRa will lead non-cellular LPWA growth in next five years

A new report from ABI Research suggests LoRa will lead growth in non-cellular low-power wide-area (LPWA) network technology in the next five years.

The research was commissioned by Semtech Corporation and is titled ‘LoRaWAN and Multi-RAN Architecture Connecting the Next Billion IoT...

DCC’s smart meter network passes 10 million milestone

The Data Communications Company (DCC) says it has now connected over 10 million smart meters in the UK.

DCC was granted a licence to build and manage its network in 2013 by the Department for Energy and Climate Change, now part of the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial...

Opinion: Perils of the smart city

There is a tacit acceptance that the world appears to be growing ‘smarter’. The total number of internet-facing smart devices is expected to exceed 38 billion by 2025, and reach 50 billion by 2030. By 2022, your average family home could contain over 500 smart devices, according to Gartner....

BICS partners with French telco SFR to expand NB-IoT network

Telecoms solutions provider BICS has expanded its NB-IoT network to France in partnership with local carrier SFR.

BICS operates one of the largest NB-IoT/LTE-M networks in the world, with coverage in 30 countries.

IoT devices embedded with an eSIM can also access 2G, 3G, and...

Research: Higher robot densities linked to increased productivity

Research has found a link between higher densities of robots in a population and increased levels of productivity.

The study – conducted by supply chain specialists Balloon One – analysed countries with similar levels of manufacturing output and looked at their densities of robots...