Cable&Wireless Worldwide and Silver Spring Networks partner to support UK Power Networks

Cable&Wireless Worldwide and Silver Spring Networks have announced that they have been selected by UK Power Networks as telecommunications partners for its forthcoming Flexible Plug and Play (FPP) Low Carbon Networks project.

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Telefónica selects Giesecke & Devrient to deliver NFC solutions across Europe

Telefónica’s new Digital unit and Giesecke & Devrient have reached an agreement to establish a single European-wide platform for Near Field Communication (NFC) services.

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“It’s a four-wheeled smart phone”

Toyota have unveiled their latest concept car, the Fun-Vii which stands for ‘vehicle interactive internet’, just prior to the Tokyo Motor show.

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TRACKER unveil new telematics technology

Fleet tracking product developer, TRACKER, has unveiled a new technology that offers fleet managers highly accurate vehicle idling data and greater insight into fuel consumption.

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INSIDE Secure opens door to HID global iCLASS credentials on NFC-enabled smartphones

SecuRead NFC chip with iCLASS support will be at the heart of new smartphones

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Subex reveals the results of a global operator survey on Data Integrity Management (DIM)

Based on responses from 95 global operators, Subex Ltd, a provider of Business Support Systems (BSS) and Heavy Reading, an independent research organisation, have conducted an in-depth global survey

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Analysys Mason ranks 12 global CSPs in M2M performance

The M2M market is set to grow dramatically in the next ten years and some CSPs are better positioned than others to capture high-value business from that growth.

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Vodafone announced as preferred partner for PS Vita 3G connectivity

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) and Vodafone have announced a partnership that will see Vodafone as the preferred provider of 3G connectivity for PlayStation Vita initially in the UK, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand and The Netherlands, and with Vodafone’s Partner in France (SFR).

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Vodafone receives Logica accreditation

Logica has awarded an accreditation to Vodafone Global Enterprise for the secure and reliable way in which it uses its mobile network to enable smart meters as part of Logica’s Smart Data Service.

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China Mobile completes wireless city platforms in 150 chinese cities

China Mobile has announced that it has signed wireless city construction agreements with over 160 cities in 26 provinces in China, of which nearly 150 cities

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Podsystem enables Retrieva dogs to roam across Europe

Manufacturer of advanced dog tracking collar incorporates MultiNet SIM cards to create “premium” roaming collars.

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Multi-Tech Launches New Low Cost Line of 3G Embedded and Device Modems for M2M

Multi-Tech Systems, a world leading manufacturer of cellular modems for M2M (machine-to-machine) communications, expands its line of embedded and device modems,  and routers to provide lower cost 3G options for customers.

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MACH enables M2M-specific data roaming for MobiquiThings

Enhanced for M2M roaming requirements, MACH’s data and financial clearing solutions provide global coverage for MobiquiThings’ customers.

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BAUR increases efficiency and cuts costs with mobile SCADA from EXTEND7000

SCHAD, developer of the EXTEND7000 mobile SCADA system has implemented a mobile technology for BAUR, one of Germany’s oldest multichannel retailers.

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M2M – A look at the opportunities and challenges ahead

Stratecast, a Division of Frost & Sullivan, WeDo Technologies and Aricent consider the opportunities and challenges being presented by the the rapid acceleration in the M2M sector.

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Australia’s AAPT replaces legacy billing system to cut costs and launch M2M

Australian network operator, AAPT has replaced its legacy wholesale billing system with Comverse BSS, reportedly lowering operating costs and opening up new data service possibilities for its users, including M2M.

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