Deutsche Telekom (DT) launched the Neebo Baby Sensor Wristband, an Internet of Things‑enabled smart bracelet for babies and toddlers.
Mavenir solution to slot into operator’s UNICA data centre infrastructure. Timelines hazy for commercial launch.
TIWS formed a bilateral SMS messaging interconnection agreement with Hammer Fiber Optics Holdings, a fledgling wireless service provider based in New Jersey, USA.
Commercial smart speaker available. Expansion of smart homes services. Magenta VR on display. Wi‑Fi optimisation at home.
VfIr joins small clutch of Group OpCos that offer commercial 5G.
Watson provided a loose outline for BT Technology’s plans for 5G deployment over the coming two years, with indicators of significant events on the horizon.
Juniper Networks revealed it will play a significant role in BT Group’s rollout of the Network Cloud initiative, which aims to better support new services including future 5G applications through the creation of a programmable, automated network (BTwatch, #304).
VdSA reportedly in tests to offload its mobile traffic onto VAST Networks’ open access Wi-Fi network.
Deutsche Telekom (DT) was no doubt cheered by European Union (EU) member states’ rejection of a proposal by the European Commission (EC) that recommended connected cars in Europe should be supported by Wi-Fi standard 802.11p.