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There are a lot of new players in the M2M space, but there are also companies that have been around for a long time and have adapted to meet the needs of a changing marketplace. One such company is Digi International. When the company was founded in the 80s, the focus was on connecting things to computers, then its focus shifted to connecting things to networks, and then onto the wireless space. Now, it prides itself in being an end-to-end solution provider in the machine-to-machine space.
Eagle Track, a provider of GPS tracking systems, plans to showcase its ET-MT100 GSM device and the ET-STP100, an Iridium satellite-based wireless marine security, monitoring and tracking device at the 2013 Miami International Boat Show from February 14 to 18.
Numerex, a provider of on-demand and interactive machine-to-machine (M2M) enterprise solutions, recently entered into a collaboration agreement with Sentaca, a provider of strategic consulting services to the telecoms industry.
Provider of advanced fleet and asset management technology Navman Wireless was recently acquired by Danaher Corporation, a Fortune 250 science and technology company. The Navman Wireless brand will live on, though, as it, along with the company's personnel and locations, will be retained as a standalone Danaher operating company.
DataArt, a custom software development company, forecasted that big data storage enhancements, 3D data visualization and the growth of alternative marketplaces are going to be the top trends in the software market in 2013.
The company claimed that its revelations were based on analyzing various customer feedback and industry research and predictions from experts in numerous industries.
Red Bend Software (News - Alert) announced on Monday that SIMCom Wireless renewed a licensing agreement to use vRapid Mobile software for firmware-over-the-air technology to provide remote updating on machine-to-machine (M2M) modules.
One of the biggest things BlackBerry was known for before it lost its market share was the reliable applications of its OS. Enterprises and government agencies around the world relied on the secure e-mail server and intuitive platform it provided.
Gemalto is discussing the future of payments at the 2013 Payments Summit, a forum for smart, secure payment technology, implementation, and markets.