M2M Contract Hot List – July 2014


We take a look at who is winning what M2M business, with whom and where.

Vendor/PartnersClient, CountryProduct / Service (Duration & Value)Awarded
Bell IDEnStream, CanadaDeal to provision and manage secure applications on NFC-enabled devices in Canada4.2014
Dialog SemiconductorCateye, LondonDeal to implement Bluetooth semiconductor DA14580 SmartBond™ SoC into Strada Smart Cyclocomputer4.2014
EnVervSmart Meter Technologies Sdn BhD, MalaysiaCollaboration for advanced infrastructure for residential, commercial & industrial meters5.2014
GemaltoHôtel des Monnaies de la Banque d’Algérie, AlgeriaContracted to supply Sealys eCover & embedded eTravel software for ePassports5.2014
GemaltoFlaircomm Microelectronics, ChinaSelected to integrate secure M2M for ‘T-Box’ telematics for car manufacturers in China6.2014
GreenPeak TechnologiesUSI, ChinaCollaboration to develop high performance and low cost module for smart home sensor devices6.2014
HARMANChang’an Motors & Geely Motors, ChinaDeal to incorporate infotainment systems in leading domestic automaker offering4.2014
Imagination TechnologiesOracle Corp, USACollaboration to enhance Java for embedded and IoT apps and architecture5.2014
Intel Gateway SolutionsAdvantech, NetherlandsCollaboration to simplify IoT deployment of connected, secure & managed applications4.2014
Iridium CommunicationsSkyBitz, USAExtension agreement for satellite connectivity to support remote asset and information management without upfront investment5.2014
KORE WirelessRobustel Technologies, ChinaPartnership to further industrial M2M solutions within Asia-Pacific4.2014
LogMeInVerdeva, USAContract to turn gas pumps into internet-connected transaction stations via Xively IoT platform5.2014
NetComm WirelessKanematsu Communications, JapanDistribution of wireless M2M products to major export and telecommunication carrier customers4.2014
New Forest CommunicationsStream Communications, UKAgreement to integrate Orion network into IoT-X platform5.2014
Numerexi3G Corp, USADeal to incorporate management tools into i-tank bulk-liquid monitoring solution4.2014
Orange Business ServicesPSA Peugeot Citroen, FranceTelematics partnership to help fleet owners reduce vehicle total cost of ownership4.2014
Orange Business ServicesDacom, HollandContract to connect tens of thousands of devices in 30+ countries via Smart Agriculture5.2014
ORBCOMMCorp Ten GSA, USAM2M services Deal to market M2M products and services to federal government5.2014
PCCW GlobalShanghai Zendai, ChinaCollaboration to support for Zendai’s development of a smart city in Modderfontein, SA4.2014
PrismTechRed Hat, UKPartnership to enable connectivity for next generation IoT apps on Vortex intelligent data sharing platform6.2014
QueclinkRacoWireless, USAPartnership enables turnkey M2M kits for fleet and asset management4.2014
RacoWireless & CalAmpDCS, USAThree-way partnership to develop fleet management and diagnostic monitoring kit4.2014
Redcaps Security SolutionsTRACKER, UKCollaborative telematics agreement combining real-time video, vehicle usage & driver behaviour data for insurers & commercial fleets5.2014
Richardson RFPD & Aeris CommunicationsSimply Home, USACollaboration to replace fixed internet lines for SimplyHome system with Cloudgate M2M gateway 3G cellular connection4.2014
SecureSeal SystemsMusgrave Retail Partners GBContract to install SecureTemp RF temperature alert system to protect frozen inventory in transit4.2014
Semtech CorporationKERLINK, FranceDeal to assist companies building equipment/sensor monitoring networks via 1st IoT long-range gateway4.2014
Sierra WirelessPhilips CityTouch, CanadaDeal to embed AirPrime wireless modules for remote lighting management system6.2014
Stream CommunicationsInmarsat, UKInmarsat, UKCompletion of integration for BGAN-M2M commercial service on the OaSys platform4.2014
Sunrise Micro DevicesWicentric, USAPartnership to offer Bluetooth Smart software for sub-volt IoT product4.2014
TeliaSoneraLandis+Gyr, SwitzerlandUS$10m agreement consolidates multi-vendor network into one single provider for global managed services6.2014
Telit Wireless SolutionsRecominte, BrazilDeal to utilise M2M modules in luggage tracking solution on land and in the air4.2014
Telit Wireless SolutionsTireStamp, USATelit HE910 cellular module selected for real-time monitoring of tire pressures and temperatures inside TireStamp TireVigil6.2014
ThingWorx & Nippon Systemware Co.NTT DOCOMO, JapanPartnership to provide new M2M cloud for Japan’s largest mobile service provider4.2014
Thuraya Telecommunications CoViaSat, USAPartnership to develop M2M platform with commercial packages for satellite M2M market5.2014
TomTom TelematicsNorthGate Flexible Renting, SpainAgreement to provide track and trace technology to help customers cut fleet running costs5.2014
u-bloxWTS, SwedenContract to incorporate GNSS receiver module in world’s smallest indoor/outdoor tracking device ‘Trax’ for children & pets3.2014
VodafoneRWE, UKSeven year, multi-million contract to become utility company’s total communications partner4.2014
VodafoneKONE, WorldwideDeal to manage global M2M remote monitoring, diagnostics, & maintenance scheduling for thousands of elevators4.2014
WirelessCarQoros, ChinaConnectivity module ‘Dispatcher’ to deliver connected services telematics data to QorosQloud for new vehicle brand6.2014

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