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While there are certainly plenty of great things that machine to machine (M2M) can do for most businesses, keeping both sides of that particular equation managed can be a bit of a tall order. But thanks to a development from AT&T and Axeda, those separate machines and getting the most out of M2M just got easier and more visible.
Rogers Communications, a Canadian wireless carrier company, is planning to boost its sales revenue from machine-to-machine communications using its network.
InterDigital, Inc. has unveiled a M2M offering, which conforms to standards like ETSI, CoAP and HTTP. The latest M2M solution is also interoperable with legacy M2M service platforms, resulting in lower expenses, wider value chain, and the facilitation of rapid development. Developed in association with key standards bodies, the InterDigital solution also offers simplified implementation and augmented acceptance, some of the features that exemplify the move to a standards-based offering in the majority of technology families.
Zero Motorcycles, an electric motorcycle company, has just released a mobile application for both iOS and Android, Yahoo! Finance reports.
Machine-to-machine is one of the hot topics in networking these days, and so, not surprisingly, has a strong presence at Mobile World Congress. Oracle is among the companies addressing the M2M space.
TMCnet this week in Barcelona met with Oracle directors to understand the company's M2M play.
U.S.-based mobile network operator, Aspenta, has announced m2mConnect and nSIM, two new global technologies, are expected to redefine machine-to-machine (M2M) communications.
In addition to providing manufacturers one global SIM, the newest offerings also provide the advantage of one contract and one support channel.
Telematics, machine-to-machine (M2M) and wireless technologies are coming together to provide new service opportunities for companies and superior customer service for consumers. The automobile is the ideal product in which to implement these technologies.
Today's automobile provides not only a mode of transportation for the owner, but an information, entertainment and communications hub. Services like OnStar provide security, safety and access to emergency services at the touch of a button.
Mobile World Congress kicked off today, already providing an abundance of news, announcements and innovations. The event is the world's largest exhibition and conference for the mobile industry, with an audience consisting of mobile operators, device manufacturers, technology providers, vendors and content owners. One trend in particular is already making headlines and fueling discussion in Barcelona: Machine to Machine (M2M).