Vodafone published its fifth annual IoT Barometer Report – the global survey of business sentiment regarding investment and innovation in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Tom Rebbeck, the research director for the Enterprise and IoT research practice at Analysys Mason, spoke to Erik Brenneis, the chief executive of Vodafone Global Enterprise, about Vodafone’s NB-IoT networks, developer tools and smart city projects.
In a move that has surprised some in the industry, Vodafone has confirmed the departure of Ivo Rook, until yesterday Vodafone Group‘s director for the Internet of Things. He took on the role less than a year ago.
Vodafone is providing the integrated connectivity for the new Skoda Kodiaq car, launched last week. A specialised SIM card keeps the vehicle connected to the Vodafone network and allows the Skoda Connect service to provide the driver with a range of information
Vodafone has published its fourth annual IoT Barometer Report – the leading global survey of business sentiment regarding innovation and investment in the Internet of Things,
Vodafone has announced that Erik Brenneis, currently head of Vodafone’s IoT (Internet of Things) division, is to replace Jan Geldmacher as CEO of Vodafone Global Enterprises.
SAP SE announced the Internet of Things (IoT) foundation bundle for SAP HANA®, which features device connectivity management capability from Vodafone.
Sometimes we hacks (and probably some readers too) are swayed by a big headline. So when there isn’t an eye-popping conclusion, says Jeremy Cowan, a report can be dismissed as inconsequential. That might have been the temptation with yesterday’s Vodafone M2M Barometer 2015, but it would have been a mistake.
London, UK. July 3, 2014 — Vodafone today published its second annual ‘M2M Adoption Barometer’, a global survey of the machine-to-machine (M2M) market, which finds that M2M adoption has increased by more than 80%, with over a fifth of companies now actively using the technology.
We are only at the beginning of the machine-to-machine (M2M) revolution, believes Erik Brenneis, director of M2M at Vodafone, who has already seen the number of Vodafone M2M connections grow from 3 million to 14 million over the last four years. This is one of the conclusions of a new video interview on the M2M market with Brenneis by Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO at Beecham Research.
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