Microchip Technology introduces highly integrated LoRa SiP family

Microchip Technology introduced a highly integrated LoRa System-in-Package (SiP) family with an ultra-low-power 32-bit microcontroller (MCU), sub-GHz RF LoRa transceiver and software stack to accelerate the development of LoRa-based connected

FCC starts auction of first 5G high band spectrum

The Federal Communications Commission confirmed the start of its first high-band 5G spectrum auction. Bidding starts with the 28 GHz band and then will go to the 24 GHz band, with

Orange Romania creates LTE-M national network

Orange Romania created an IoT communications network that uses the LTE-M technology dedicated to internet-connected objects. The network is already available in 3,137 localities in Romania, writes local paper Ziarul

Groningen to make city centre more accessible using IoT sensors

Innovative sensors could make the city centre of Groningen more accessible. With its Proeftuin Binnenstad monitoring project, the municipality is looking for new technologies to map complex traffic situations. The

Kerlink suports IoT Scotland project with Boston Networks

Global Internet of Things (IoT) systems specialist Kerlink Group has been selected as hardware and software provider for the IoT Scotland project, which will deliver a nationwide, low-power wide-area (LPWA)

Telefonica, FAO launch El Salvador smart agriculture project

Telefonica and the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) have launched a smart agriculture pilot in El Salvador as part of the agreement signed in February to develop digitalisation initiatives in Latin

Bosch to launch IoT Suite software services in China on Huawei Cloud

Bosch and Huawei have signed a partnership agreement to accelerate the development of IoT services in China. The agreement will see the two partners make Bosch’s IoT Suite software services

Orange Poland, Pronal develop smart water meter network in Jozefow

Orange Poland, together with the company Pronal, is developing a network of smart meters in Jozefow, near Warsaw. Nearly 3,000 transmitters will enable remote metering of the water supply, with

SK Telecom demos interoperability among Samsung, Nokia, Ericsson 5G equipment

South Korean operator SK Telecom has tested interoperability between 5G Non Standalone (NSA) Core developed by Samsung Electronics and 5G base stations of Nokia and Ericsson. The test took place

Sequans refinances as Q3 sales fall on LTE-M delays

4G chipmaker Sequans Communications reported third-quarter revenues well below its guidance, saying the LTE-M market is taking off slower than expected. Results in the fourth quarter are expected to be