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Rakuten Symphony to open new lab in India next year

The Rakuten Symphony Global Innovation Lab will carry out global R&D in the field of industrialized automation of O-RAN-based, cloud native mobile networks Japanese O-RAN platform company Rakuten Symphony has announced plans to establish a new lab in Bengaluru, India. The Rakuten Symphony Global Innovation Lab...

Rakuten Symphony announces European expansion

Rakuten Symphony announced the expansion of its operations across the U.K., France and Germany. The Japanese company noted that this expansion will allow the firm to support the business operations and growth in the European market and collaboration with operators and vendors in the region...

Telenor runs 5G SA trial using vendor-neutral platform

Nordic operator Telenor said that it has established a 5G Standalone core environment using a vendor-neutral platform. “The main component of 5G SA is the 5G mobile core, the ‘brain’ of the 5G system. Unfortunately, most 5G core deployments are still single vendor dependent, with...

Rakuten talks with governments about its communications platform: CEO

  New Japanese market entrant Rakuten Mobile, a subsidiary of e-commerce giant Rakuten, is having talks with several governments around the world regarding the Rakuten Communications Platform (RCP), Tareq Amin, representative director, EVP and CTO of Rakuten Mobile, said in a recent press conference. “It’s been...

European-South Korean project to demo 5G at Olympics

Nokia, Intel Deutschland, SK Telecom and KT are part of the 5G consortium A consortium by European and Korean companies, universities and research institutes will demonstrate what it claims to be the first 5G platform during the 2018 Winter Olympics Games, taking place in South...

Vodafone provides connectivity for medical asset tracking

As much as one-third of medication is unusable by the time it is supposed to be taken as a result of poor storage of temperature-sensitive medicines due to insufficient supply chain management and failure of patients to correctly store prescriptions, according to a case...

Understanding Lightweight M2M protocol and its benefits

The millions of connected devices that make up machine-to-machine systems and are part of the "internet of things" need to be switched on, configured, provisioned for services, maintained, updated with software, recovered from error conditions, monitored, queried for data, repaired and taken off their...

Case study: Thingworx platform helps company prove energy savings

Thingworx platform proves energy savings. Steam systems are one of the largest energy consumers in the United States, making up almost 15% of the country's annual energy usage. There exist 50,000 district and industrial facilities in the country. Pittsburgh-based Embedded Energy Technology...

Manufacturer uses Hitachi analytics to diagnose machine mixing problem

Problems with polymers Hitachi used its analytics platform to integrate production and sensor data outputs to help visualize, analyze and diagnose a manufacturer’s polymer mixing problems. An unnamed manufacturer’s polymer mixing process was said to be producing inconsistent output quality, with yields dipping as low as...

BlackBerry approved for autonomous vehicle testing in Canada

BlackBerry was one of three groups approved by Ontario, Canada, to participate in an autonomous vehicle testing program. The pilot licensing program is set to allow autonomous vehicle testing with a safety driver behind the wheel. BlackBerry QNX said it will participate alongside the...

Case study: Reducing costs with cloud-based energy management

The expense of water recycling The Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency claims to operate the world’s largest water recycling facility designed for raw food crop irrigation, using 25 pumping stations to treat 20 million gallons of wastewater every day. Pumping, treatment and conveyance are...

Supply chain platform partners with iPass Wi-Fi for asset tracking

Armada today announced a partnership with iPass, an out-of-home Wi-Fi provider. Armada produces a supply chain visibility platform, which will use iPass’s network and analytics to track the location data of goods moving across a supply chain. Armada places its "internet of things" tiles, or...

PTC’s Kepware updates industrial IoT connectivity platform

Kepware, a PTC business, released its KEPServerEX Version 6 software, which is an update to the company's industrial "internet of things" connectivity platform aimed at strengthening its core product offering for global corporations requiring operational scalability, security and support. Enhancements include a new method for...

What is an IoT AEP, or application enablement platform?

There is a general agreement that the "internet of things" will produce tens of billions of connected devices in the next few years. How we will get there isn't so straightforward, but enterprises are continuing to look for ways to streamline development for IoT...

Vodafone connectivity enables IoT health care, public safety

CSL, an "internet of things" and machine-to-machine solutions company with a footprint in the fire and security industry, selected Vodafone to bolster the connectivity of its more than 2,800 alarm installers. CSL became a Vodafone partner in 1996, as it looked "scale resilience of the...

Your router is a software platform with Paradrop – Coders Episode 24

Today's show features the CEO and co-founder of Paradrop.io, a solution for pushing computational power to your router. It's an interesting approach to making the Internet function better and more efficiently for end users: making your router a software platform. Paradrop is a platform that...

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