The IoT M2M Council (IMC) has selected Alexander Bufalino, CMO of Telit, as its new chairman.
Wyless will now support 2G connectivity via T-Mobile’s network through the end of 2020. This is an important announcement for Wyless’ 2G GSM customer base that can now operate without interruption while crafting a long-term migration plan to 4G LTE.
NEC Corporation claims to be the first supplier to integrate support for semantic interoperability into its Internet-of-Things and Smart City platforms.
Cotecna has extended its hybrid network contract with Orange Business Services.
According to a new report from the M2M/IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, shipments of connected wearables reached 72.5 million in 2015, up from 25.3 million devices in the previous year.
As the hype transitions to commercial deployment, it seems the M2M industry is starting to fulfil the early potential by driving the kind of innovation that is set to make tangible impact on how we live our lives.
With machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things (IoT) quickly evolving, a critical foundation must exist to enable applications developed on different networks and platforms to easily and seamlessly exchange information.
With 5.5 million devices forecast to be connected daily next year (according to Gartner research), 2016 is shaping up to be a transitory year for the M2M/IoT sector as the hype transitions to a more mainstream reality, predicts Wireless Logic.
Machina Research published just recently a new Strategy Report that explores the technological landscape of Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks and their use in the IoT. It is a topic that remains very high on our research agenda, and one of the key themes that we have been studying as part of these efforts is spectrum use.
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