Clavister Partners with Intel to launch innovation centre for Internet of Things in Stockholm

Partnership will help to drive development of next-generation security solutions for predicted massive growth in connected devices, enabling secure, smart sustainable cities.

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M2M Spectrum Networks announces nationwide machine-to-machine network in the US

New Hope, Pennsylvania, USA, April 7, 2014 – M2M Spectrum Networks LLC has unveiled its plan to build and operate the first licensed, all-IP, wireless machine-to-machine network throughout the United States. The network rollout will occur in multiple phases, with several trials scheduled to begin in Q2 2014. The network is expected to cover 75%

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KORE acquires M2M network service provider Jazz Wireless Data and its direct links with T-Mobile

Alpharetta, Georgia, USA. March 5, 2014 — KORE, said to be the world’s largest wireless network services provider specialising in machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, today announced that it has completed its acquisition of Jazz Wireless Data, an established provider of M2M networking services in North America.

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Vattenfall’s Smart Energy Hafen City project in Hamburg gains new billing system

European Utility Week, Amsterdam, Netherlands & Paderborn, Germany – To engage with customers and enhance the smart home with dynamic pricing, Orga Systems’ real-time pricing and event-driven dynamic energy billing has been selected as part of Vattenfall’s Smart Energy Hafen City Project in Hamburg.

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Industry focus on M2M platforms continues as Aeris launches AerCloud to deliver advanced solutions

Santa Clara, California, USA — Aeris Communications has launched AerCloud, a new M2M Application Enablement Platform (AEP) that provides data management and analytics functionality for M2M applications. With the addition of AerCloud, Aeris is extending its product line to offer a complete solution for M2M service enablement, spanning the entire stack – from network to

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‘And at the end, connecting your product will cost you US$1 per year’ – Is this the role for SIGFOX?

(BLOG): August 22, 2013 — It sounds quite odd to start a book from its last page, but this is the claim of SIGFOX, a French start-up company, which is intending to be the network operator of “Things”. As Groupe SEB’s Karim Houni writes, since the first minutes of a meeting with SIGFOX, its aim

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Smart Cities Council launched to accelerate global shift to smart, sustainable cities

Seattle, USA – Cities around the world have a new ally in the fight to achieve prosperity and sustainability. More than a dozen top technology firms – including some of the world’s largest – have formed the Smart Cities Council to provide cities with tools and best practices.

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Vodafone launches MachineLink 3G with NetComm Wireless and inks new deal with ThyssenKrupp

Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, Spain. February 26, 2013: A new M2M terminal, The Vodafone MachineLink 3G, has been officially launched by the giant mobile network operator. Vodafone has also announced the sale of 50,000 M2M cards to ThyssenKrupp.

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Ericsson and SAP announce new Cloud-based M2M solutions 'to enhance enterprise efficiency'

Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, Spain. February 25, 2013 – To meet the growing demand for machine-to-machine (M2M) technology, Ericsson and SAP AG have agreed to jointly market and sell cloud-based, M2M solutions and services to enterprises via operators around the globe.

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PacketFront and Radius Synergies agree to co-develop Xenia platform to support M2M

Stockholm, Sweden and New Delhi, India. February 18, 2013 — PacketFront Software Solutions and Radius Synergies Pvt Limited (RSPL) have signed a new M2M-focused agreement covering product development, supply and market co-operation.

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Saft lithium batteries to power Sensile Technologies’ smart telemetry devices for oil and gas storage

Paris, France – Saft, a designer and manufacturer of advanced batteries for industry, has agreed to supply Sensile Technologies, the Swiss machine-to-machine (M2M) equipment specialist, with over 20,000 primary lithium batteries to power smart remote GSM telemetry and level-monitoring systems for oil and gas storage tanks.

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Sensus look to discover the 41% of water currently 'lost' across Ireland's network

Sensus, a communications provider for the utilities industry, reports that it has successfully delivered 100 percent connectivity to smart water meters located underground

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Smart grids can offer the key to utilities’ sustainability

(CASE STUDY:) January 3, 2013 — Mobile connectivity is enabling utilities to more effectively manage the supply and demand of consumers’ energy and water use. A good example of this is EDP’s Smart City Project in Portugal, Évora InovCity

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Deutsche Telekom and Maingate partner to promote CapEx-free smart metering by utilities

London, UK. November 1, 2012 (EXCLUSIVE) — Maingate Solutions of Sweden and Germany’s incumbent telecom network operator, Deutsche Telekom (DT) have announced the launch of a CapEx-free roll-out of smart metering infrastructure.

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Cyan’s integrated solution for AMI deployed by partner for Indian smart meter project

Cyan, the integrated system and software design company that delivers mesh based flexible wireless products for utility metering and lighting control, announced that one of its partners is participating in the recently initiated, high profile smart grid project in Puducherry, India.

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Advanced water meter shipments continue strong growth in Europe

The advanced water meter market in Europe is growing at a rapid rate. In the last complete year of research, 2011, advanced water meter shipments grew over 30 percent from 2010,

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