South Korean carrier KT has said it wants to launch the first 5G network at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. On Thursday, KT announced a successful trial of one potential 5G technology in that mountain resort region.
Low-power IoT network vendor Sigfox announced a deal on Tuesday with a partner that will build a network across Australia and New Zealand using the French company's technology.
How do you know your network is safe from attacks and failures? Veriflow, a startup with backing from the U.S. Defense Department, says it can make sure.
Nest will shut down hubs made by Revolv on May 15, rendering the once useful smart-home hubs useless.
With its latest SSDs, Intel is paving the way for fast, standard NVMe connections in storage systems for both more and less adventurous users.
EMC has added features to ScaleIO to meet the needs of plus-size customers like banks and telecommunications carriers that are adopting the software-defined storage system.
A U.S. FCC auction that began late Tuesday should end with some TV channels reassigned to cellular, helping mobile networks cover more ground and cut through walls better than they do now.
Bsquared is a small player in IoT engineering services, but it's branching out into building IoT infrastructure software. The company says its DataV software stack can make enterprise IoT deployment easier.
Verizon Enterprise, a bulwark against cyberattacks at many large organizations, has suffered a security breach itself.
Scientists at the University of Ottawa say twisting light into a corkscrew shape slows it down. Doing this can cut 0.1 percent off the speed of light, a tiny tap of the brakes that nevertheless could create a traffic jam for future networks and even quantum computing.
Huawei is getting into networked streetlamps with a system that will let third-party developers add other smart-city capabilities.
AT&T has revealed details of a software platform that makes it easier for customers to order new services, and the company may release the code as open source for other service providers to use.
At one time, all-flash storage arrays were used for a single mission-critical application with a need for speed, usually in big IT shops. Now they're poised to take over many more parts of IT.
Two companies that help enterprises deploy and manage Internet of Things devices are coming together for broader global reach and scale. Kore Wireless will acquire Wyless for an undisclosed price, the companies announced Wednesday.