The number of smart meter installations that fail in the UK because of non-compatibility issues is rising, according to utility consultancy Make It Cheaper.
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) organised a multi-vendor demonstration this week of wireless M2M functionality using its latest standards.
Multi-Tech has introduced the MultiConnect AW analogue-to-wireless converters. The turnkey products allow legacy equipment with built-in analogue modems to connect to the cellular packet data or circuit switched data networks.
Sensorlogic is teaming with Sprint to give enterprise customers faster and smarter ways to build and deploy M2M applications and managed services.
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the Max 17497, one chip that is claimed to cover all the power requirements on the communications and metrology boards in smart meters. This high level of integration is said to ease design, add flexibility, increase accuracy, improve reliability and lower the total cost and footprint.
Belgian bus operator De Lijn has installed Mix Telematics’ bus and coach fleet management system for its more than 1800 buses.
The number of cellular M2M subscriptions is expected to increase almost fourfold between 2010 and 2016, from 72 million to 282 million, according to a report from Pyramid Research.
Sensorlogic and Queclink Wireless have formed a business relationship to help their customers fast track M2M application projects with out-of-the-box support for Queclink devices in the Sensorlogic service delivery platform.
Lantronix has won the “IT Solutions Excellence” award in the M2M connections category at the Biz.IT Excellence Awards, organised by Hong Kong IT magazine, Sing Tao PC Market.
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