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Connectivity issues a widespread problem in IoT rollout according to new Inmarsat research
According to new research from mobile satellite communications company Inmarsat, connectivity issues are severely disrupting internet of things (IoT) rollout for businesses across the globe.
IoT investment set to overtake cloud computing, next-generation security and big data analytics
Research reveals investment in the Internet of Things is set to soon overtake cloud computing, next-generation security, and big data analytics.
Inmarsat teams up with Microsoft to deliver cloud via satellite
"Our goal is to enable customers to take advantage of connected IoT solutions no matter where they are in their journey."
The tech that helped the first woman to sail around Australia
Lisa Blair used devices from supplied by Pivotel to aid her in becoming the first woman to circumnavigate Australia non-stop.
Internet of Things to reduce impact of mining on the environment
57% of respondents from the mining industry say that the most exciting innovation to come from IoT is environmental monitoring.
Survey shows global skills shortage threatening development of IoT
The world has a significant Internet of Things (IoT) skills shortage with 76 percent of organisations reporting needing additional expert staff.
IoT voted the top priority in driving digital transformation for organisations
The IoT has become the leading technology priority for digital transformation, coming in at the top priority for 92% of organisations.
Inmarsat making waves in communications with new GX satellite contract
Inmarsat has awarded the contract for the construction of an additional broadband network communications satellite to Thales Alenia Space.
Inmarsat seals five-year communications commitment with Hapag-Lloyd
Inmarsat has secured a deal with Hapag-Lloyd, the sixth largest container shipping operator in the world by Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit capacity.
Inmarsat partners with Geoscience Australia for new research project
“Being part of this innovative research project is testament to our important heritage on satellite navigation matters."
74% of Asia Pacific business flyers want in-flight internet
90% of passengers want access to reliable in-flight internet. 74% of business flyers will spend more to use it, a survey by Inmarsat and GfK says.
Ericsson and Inmarsat sign new connectivity deal
Together, Inmarsat and Ericsson will drive industry standards for satellite connectivity and application integration.