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Nokia adds new connectivity options to IMPACT IoT platform

Nokia has added two of the leading low power wide area network (LPWAN) technologies, NB-IoT and LoRa, to its Intelligence Management Platform for all Connected Things (IMPACT), aiming to expand the reach of its IoT application and management platform. The company is placing a lot of emphasis on the IoT as a growth vehicle over the coming years, seeking to offset the increased competition from Huawei in its core networking business. It has moved into new areas such as healthcare, with the purchase of Withings; acquired Mformation for its device management and IoT security knowledge; and is developing services designed to boost enterprise efficiency,  such as its machine learning-powered Motive Service Management Platform. IMPACT is central to Nokia’s IoT expansion plans,…

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