M2M Now Magazine March 2014 Edition

M2M Magazine March 2014

M2M Now magazine explores the evolving opportunities and challenges facing CSPs across this sector. Our exclusive interviews pass on some key lessons learned by those who have taken the first steps in next gen Machine to Machine (M2M) services.
In the latest issue:

  • COMPANY NEWS: M&A activity at Sierra Wireless, PTC, Wyless and Wasserstein.
  • PEOPLE NEWS: New names at DCN, Stream Communications, DataSift, Seamless, Qortus and Jasper Wireless.
  • M2M NOW INSIGHT REPORT: In the first of our new series of specially commissioned Insight Reports, Matt Hatton of Machina Research gauges business prospects in five industry sectors. Click here to read>>
  • SUPPLEMENT: CEO GUIDE TO MWC 2014: See our 12-page Supplement previewing the
    M2M and IoT product launches, debates, and networking at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Click here to read>>

We are proud to announce the first in our series of analyst commissioned M2M Now Insight Reports . Register now to hear from Matt Hatton of Machina Research on the latest trends across the automotive, asset management, utilities, mHealth and smart cities sectors.
Click here to read!

 

 

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Time to break the rules

 

Jeremy Cowan, Editor
The editor of M2M Now, Jeremy Cowan

Don’t fix what ain’t broke, that’s the rule. But sometimes there are better motivations than repair. We have been overwhelmed by the support you have shown for M2M Now magazine, in print and online at iot-now.com. You have catapulted us from zero to more than 25,000 readers worldwide in months, and we want to say thank you.

So why, I hear you ask, are we radically overhauling the title’s contents barely three years after we launched? Simple; because we are bringing you more and better coverage of the market than we (or anyone else, come to that) have offered before. We work hard to bring you the latest news, views and interviews in machine-to-machine communications (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT). And rest assured, that won’t change.

Now, however, you will find a new backbone running through the magazine as we’ve commissioned a leading analyst firm – this month it’s Machina Research – to write an Insight Report for M2M Now analysing the market as a whole. At our invitation, they have prepared a special report covering 5 growth sectors: automotive M2M, fleet management & asset tracking, smart utilities, mobile health, and smart cities. Our experience has shown these to be among the areas of greatest reader interest. They also present some of the biggest business opportunities. The report in the first of these new-look issues covers all five sectors, giving you a taste of the detailed Insight Reports to come. In future, M2M Now will focus on one sector in each issue, bringing you analysis of business opportunities, challenges and key vendors, that will complement our unrivalled news coverage and exclusive access to C-Level executives.

For now though, just sit back and see for yourself if the best M2M coverage in the world just got even better (and bigger too).


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