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TDC expands IoT network using existing grid

Wednesday 14 February 2018 | 12:39 CET | News
Danish operator TDC said its deployment of a nationwide NB-IoT network is under way. It is building it on its existing mobile grid. Applications include connected refrigerators, dustbins, bicycles, smart electricity meters, dog collars or pulse meters.

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