Is AT&T looking down the road to M2M as it opens up to app developers?

Palo Alto, California, USA. 18 September, 2011 — AT&T (NYSE:T) is taking down the protective walls it has built over the years around its applications infrastructure, and the operator is inviting app developers to come and play with its Application Program Interfaces (APIs).

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Whitepaper issues advice on preventing M2M fraud

The spread of M2M into more consumer and commercial arenas has increased the risk of fraud and so Subex has published a white paper on how to protect networks and connections.

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Turkcell, Huawei and NXP combine to launch Turkey’s first NFC-enabled smartphone

Istanbul, Turkey – Turkcell (NYSE: TKC, ISE: TCELL) working with NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI) have selected the PN544 Near Field Communication (NFC) radio chip for Turkcell’s new T20 smartphone.

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EXCLUSIVE: Vodafone claims a first as it partners to launch pre-integrated global M2M bundles

Newbury, UK. 15 September, 2011 — Vodafone M2M is launching a new bundled service with its partners that aims to make life simpler for businesses wanting to take advantage of M2M services. Working with its partners, CalAmp Corporation, Digi International, MC Technologies and Sierra Wireless,

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Development project aims to bring apps to cars

Ford and Bug Labs, an open-source hardware and software provider, have announced a joint development project to research, develop and distribute open-source developer tools to advance in-car connectivity.

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China to lead smart meter deployment

China is expected to deploy 280 million smart meters by 2016, according to research by In-Stat.

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M2M helps Iridium hit 500,000 subscribers

The emerging M2M market is the primary reason behind Iridium’s growth to reach the half a million billable subscriber milestone this week.

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Masternaut and Telefónica in joint marketing deal

Telefónica and Masternaut have agreed to market telematics-enabled fleet management services jointly. These allow businesses to make cost savings, while delivering improvements in customer service and employee safety.

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Nothing fluffy about M2M in the cloud

Over the last few months I’ve read several articles which addressed the subject of M2M in the cloud. However, while touching on the benefits of this approach, they couldn’t help getting tied up

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Oki development ready for Japanese 920MHz launch

Oki has developed what it claims is Japan’s first wireless multi-hop communications system for the new 920MHz frequency band, which is scheduled to be opened by the Ministry of Internal Affairs & Communications in July 2012.

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Web managed thermostat made available on Sprint network

The Proliphix IMT-550 internet managed thermostat has been made available for use with Sprint wireless network connectivity.

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Web based application aids fleet and mobile asset management

M2M products and services provider Numerex has launched Fastrack Fleet for fleet and mobile asset management.

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Features added to M2M service delivery platform

Sensorlogic has announced version 3.4 of its service delivery platform with added features that improve support for the development of wireless applications such as insurance telematics, smart package tracking, security, and asset monitoring and management.

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Wyless and ClearConnex partner to deliver M2M platform

Wyless Group, an M2M managed services provider, has partnered with ClearConnex, an embedded wireless engineering firm, to provide Wyless customers with device integration services

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Novatel picks Acal for Enfora M2M portfolio

Novatel Wireless has selected Acal BFi as a distributor in the UK, Italy and Germany for Enfora’s M2M portfolio.

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Ofcom approves use of TV White Spaces for new UK wireless networks

Ofcom, the UK’s independent communications regulator, has progressed plans for the introduction of White Space technology in the UK – the first country in Europe to do so.

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