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December 17, 2013

Paving the way to the Internet of Things

Combining the ARM computing engine with location-awareness and wireless connectivity

It’s set to be the Perfect Storm: The rapid growth of high-speed cellular networks and the introduction of IP version 6 which has enough IP addresses for every grain of sand on Earth. Add to this mix the proliferation of the ARM embedded computing architecture, now the de facto global standard [...]

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December 16, 2013

What’s the ‘real deal’ on the Internet of Things?

The ‘Internet of Things’ buzzword appears to have picked up steam during the past several months as large players such as GE and Cisco have touted their stories on the growing number of connected devices. But, as Alex Brisbourne of KORE asks, how different, if at all, is the Internet of Things when compared with other connected device markets, such as machine-to-machine (M2M)?

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November 11, 2013

M2M Then, Now and the Future

M2M Now talks to serial entrepreneur, Chris Lowery, founder and chairman of Wyless Group. With successes such as the development and sale of Interoute behind him, we ask what drove him to set up Wyless and how does he foresee M2M developing in the next few years?

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November 1, 2013

It’s not about selling more energy

The energy companies are about to experience a massive data influx due to the roll-out of smart meters. M2M Now’s deputy editor, Georgina Elrington, sat down with Miguel Mendes, director of utilities market at WeDo Technologies, to find out about harmonising the integral sources and platforms responsible for revenue.

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October 29, 2013

M2M service providers and LTE: New revenue opportunities

Service providers around the world are spending billions of dollars rolling out new LTE infrastructure. Operators worldwide including T-Mobile, China Mobile, AT&T, NTT DoCoMo, Sprint, Telstra, Vodafone and Telefónica have already deployed LTE services. Although 4G-enabled mobile phones and tablets are driving the adoption of LTE, say u-blox’s Herbert Blaser and Carl Fenger, new [...]

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October 27, 2013

Not connected devices – Connected humans

The Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices and big data are buzzwords in the energy industry. Words that scare. What to do, when to do and how to do? As Kajsa Lilius of Maingate says, the amount of data generated today is enormous and there is a strong need for guidance across the digital landscape.

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October 18, 2013

Unlocking the value of smart data

The benefits of smart metering go way beyond billing, as smart meters promise to provide utilities with a whole new breadth and scale of energy use data from their customers. But how will utility companies unlock the value of this information? Mike Ballard, senior director of strategy for Oracle Utilities, discusses how IT solutions help utilities make the most of customer data to optimise [...]

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August 21, 2013

Connected cars drive M2M innovation

In June, headlines around the world touted the European Commission’s adoption of two proposals that will ensure all European vehicles are equipped with emergency calling technology by October 2015. Here, Bertrand Knopf of Gemalto M2M looks at the implications for M2M.

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August 21, 2013

Making the smart grid business profitable

Utility companies can engage with customers better and explore new revenue streams by utilising the smart grid. However, while the infrastructure is an enabler, energy companies are still seeking the most profitable business cases. M2M Now spoke to Olaf Vieselmann at Orga Systems to find out how the company is helping the sector to address new and complex billing challenges. 

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August 19, 2013

Maturing M2M market encourages service providers to improve customer experience

There’s some evidence that the machine-to machine communications (M2M) market is now maturing after years of under-performing against expectations. But, from an end user’s perspective, services can still seem fragmented. So, M2M Now editor, Jeremy Cowan met Kfir Dan-Ari of Amdocs in London to ask how services can be improved.



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