Sprint, Softbank introduce Curiosity Platform for IoT device management, security

Sprint and its parent Softbank have released the Curiosity Platform, aimed at delivering a more advanced way of managing and securing IoT devices. The platform will enable businesses to manage

BlackBerry unveils Spark ‘Enterprise of Things’ platform

BlackBerry has announced the launch of a new platform called Spark, described as the only Enterprise of Things (EoT) platform designed and built for ultra-secure hyperconnectivity. Unveiled at the company’s

Smith Micro Software mulls new market opportunities for QuickLink IoT platform

Smith Micro Software said it is exploring strategic options and looking at new market opportunities for its QuickLink IoT product line. To help with the evaluation process, the company has

The Things Network, Libelium launch smart parking platform

The Things Network released a smart parking kit in collaboration with Libelium and Yazamtec. The kit is available from the IoT Marketplace and can be ordered for use in Europe,

PTS sticks to 700 MHz auction timetable despite 3 Sweden’s legal complaint

Swedish communications regulator PTS said that it is sticking to its timetable for the 700 MHz frequency auction, 3 Sweden’s legal appeal against the auction rules notwithstanding. The watchdog said Tre’s complaint

Inseego releases enterprise IoT Connect Solution

Inseego released its all-new, enterprise-grade Inseego IoT Connect Solution. This device-to-cloud management platform optimises Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) use cases. Its user-friendly, service provider agnostic design allows IT managers

Scottish school first to trial light-powered LiFi technology

Edinburgh-based PureLiFi announced a new trial of its LiFi technology at Kyle Academy in Ayr, Scotland, the first school in the world to deploy a LiFi network. The technology allows large

Belgian govt approves 5G auction plan with room for 4th operator

The Belgian government has confirmed plans to hold a spectrum auction in late 2019 with conditions to encourage the launch of a fourth mobile operator on the market. The cabinet

Romania to hold 5G auction by end of 2019

Romania’s telecommunications authority Ancom said it will finalise the 5G spectrum auction no later than December 2019. During the auction, Ancom will award frequency use rights in the 700 MHz

Huawei may be banned from participating in Australia 5G roll-out

Huawei is likely to be banned by Australia from participating in a 5G mobile telecommunications roll-out across the country. Australia claims Huawei is de facto controlled by China and sensitive