Ingenu Partners with u-blox to bring global ISM band IoT Modules to Market

Leading supplier of positioning products announces roadmap investment in RPMA technology

Ingenu Inc.the pioneer in delivering connectivity exclusively to machines, and u‑blox, a global leader in wireless and positioning modules and chips, today announced a strategic partnership that will enable the next generation of Ingenu’s patented RPMA (Random Phase Multiple Access) technology to serve global opportunities in the Internet of Things (IoT) market.

GSMA And CTIA Partner To Create New Mobile Industry Event For The Americas

Event to Launch in San Francisco in September 2017

The GSMA and CTIA today announced a partnership through which the two organisations will create a new mobile industry event in the United States. “GSMA Mobile World Congress Americas, in partnership with CTIA” will debut September 12-14, 2017 in San Francisco. CTIA and the GSMA are equal partners in the joint event, with the GSMA leading the event’s production and management.

CTIA: FCC's Wheeler urges operators to commit to 600MHz auction

US operators need to demonstrate their commitment to the incentive auction of 600MHz spectrum in 2015 if broadcasters are to overcome their reservations about the process, according to Tom Wheeler, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.

Speaking during the keynote session at this week’s CTIA show in Las Vegas, Wheeler expressed frustration that so much of the telecoms industry has been “strangely silent” about the forthcoming sale of sub-1GHz spectrum given the constraints that operators say they are under.

M2M Zone at MobileCon surprises with turnout, new products

With the US wireless association CTIA changing venues and the timing of its shows, there was some trepidation about turnout for last week’s MobileCon event in San Jose, CA (USA), but returns beat expectations. Almost 1,000 people attended opening day keynote addresses, and an informal poll of over 80 exhibitors showed that they were satisfied with turnout at the SJ Convention Center. The M2M Zone of the expo was heavily trafficked, and some of the news items released at the show included:

New trade group will demonstrate business benefits of M2M, says Oracle

Software giant Oracle has championed the cause of the International M2M Council – of which it is a founder member – saying the newly formed trade group will demonstrate the business benefits of M2M services to a variety of vertical markets.

“The IMC intends to show vertical markets how M2M works and what’s in it for them,” says Chris Baker, Oracle’s senior vice president for Worldwide ISV, OEM and Java sales.

“M2M cuts across broad and diverse markets, and the key to evangelism success will be tapping the resources of IMC member companies.”

CTIA 2013: Telenor Connexion touts advantages of connectivity focus

It seems mobile network operators are constantly being urged to play a bigger M2M role than that of connectivity provider, but Telenor Connexion claims its focus on connectivity is helping it stay ahead of the competition.

The operator this week announced a new deal to provide connectivity services in Europe and Asia for Geotab, a North American fleet telematics specialist now expanding its service internationally.

CTIA 2013: RACO Wireless to announce takeovers, new network partner

RACO Wireless is set to announce two acquisitions that will significantly enhance its managed-services offering to M2M customers.

The M2M-focused MVNO had made clear its acquisition intentions last October, when private-equity group Inverness Graham Investments took a majority stake in the business, and has spent much of the intervening period examining potential takeover targets.

CTIA 2013: Kore, Wyless strike network deals amid flurry of M2M announcements

The first two days of this week’s CTIA Wireless Show in Las Vegas have been marked by a flurry of M2M announcements, with partnerships between MVNOs and network operators emerging as a major theme. M2M Zone provides a round-up of the most important news items.

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