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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North America accounts for over $350 million in advanced water meter shipments

The advanced water metering market, estimated at about 5.5 million global shipments in 2010, and anticipated to be roughly 10 million shipments annually in 2016, continues to increase its product share, particularly in North America.

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Eurotech and IBM contribute software to connect next generation of wireless and mobile devices

Eclipse contribution to create new standard that connects Internet of Things

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Netcomm to supply hardware to Australian water company

South East Water, one of Melbourne’s three water retailers owned by the Victorian Government, has selected NetComm to supply

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Arkessa's new application to manage multi-network connections via a single dashboard

Cambridge, UK — The remote internet company, Arkessa, has built a web-based software application to enable a multi-network estate of M2M connections to be managed via a single graphical dashboard.

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Cisco HealthPresence brings advanced telehealth capabilities to providers and patients

Cisco has announced the general availability of the newest version of Cisco HealthPresence® technology, an advanced care-at-a-distance platform that connects patients and clinicians via high-definition video, audio, medical devices and collaboration tools.

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Asia-Pac to dominate connected device market fuelled by Chinese growth, says GSMA

Mobile Asia Congress, Hong Kong. November 16, 2011 — The Asia-Pacific region is expected to dominate the connected device market, largely as a result of growth in China, says the GSMA. In partnership with Machina Research,

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Automating the Home

When most people think of home automation, they think of the luxury surveillance systems and hi-tech gadgets we see in the homes of the rich and famous, or the talking toasters,

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High-tech robot performs automatic NFC positioning tests

AT4 wireless has announced a new functionality for its NFC test tools that allows fully automated positioning of devices for testing purposes.

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