Telekom Austria enhances application enablement as Wind River upgrades Intelligent Device Platform

Vienna, Austria – After the successful launch of the M2M connectivity platform SIMplify, Telekom Austria Group M2M is extending its portfolio by launching FLEXify, the M2M application enablement platform for remote monitoring, automation and control for metering devices, industrial plants and machines in the field.

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Orbcomm acquires the SENS asset tracking operation

Rochelle Park, New Jersey, USA – Orbcomm Inc., a global provider of M2M solutions, has announced that it has completed the acquisition of Comtech Mobile Datacom Corporation’s (Comtech) Sensor Enabled Notification System (SENS) operation, which includes satellite hardware, network technology and web platforms. SENS is a market leader in providing one-way satellite products and services

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Open and start your car with an Android or iOS smartphone app and BlueID-enabled M2M devices

(Munich, Germany) — Carsharing vehicles can now be upgraded with M2M devices which convey vehicle data such as lock state, fuel level and parking position to the operator’s network back-end. BlueID-enabled M2M devices can open and start carshare and fleet vehicles at the touch of a button using a smartphone app.

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Time to discuss new services at M2M Innovation World Congress: Great panellists, Nice venue!

(Event Preview: Acropolis Convention Centre, Nice, France. September 24-26, 2013) — More than 60 speakers from the connected world will be at the M2M Innovation World Congress to present implementations in smart grids, retail, smart homes and connected devices.

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Lantronix launches 3.5G wireless solution for connecting remote devices and mobile equipment

London, UK – Lantronix, Inc., a global provider of smart networking and communications solutions for M2M applications, has announced the launch and availability of the PremierWave® XC HSPA+ (3.5G) device, an intelligent high speed gateway and application server. 

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Wireless M2M pill bottles to improve prescription adherence, cut deaths and healthcare costs

(Alpharetta, Georgia, USA. Business Wire) — AdhereTech has selected the KORE Network to wirelessly enable its medication bottles. KORE’s machine-to-machine (M2M) network will provide cellular connectivity so that AdhereTech can remotely monitor and automatically alert patients on their adherence to prescribed medication.

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Gemalto and KORE partner to enable global connectivity and M2M applications

Amsterdam, Netherlands – Gemalto, a global provider of digital security, and KORE Telematics, a leading wireless connectivity provider for M2M solutions, have joined forces to offer global M2M application enablement services with the Cinterion® solution.

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Richardson RFPD introduces new M100 3G series of industrial modems from Maestro Wireless

LaFox, Illinois, USA – Richardson RFPD, Inc. has announced the availability and full design support capabilities for a new family of industrial modems from Maestro Wireless.

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u-blox introduces GSM module for smart gas meters

Thalwil, Switzerland – Swiss-based u-blox, a global leader in wireless and positioning modules and integrated circuits for the consumer, industrial and automotive markets, has introduced the SARA-G350 ATEX, an ultra-compact, low power, surface mount GSM/GPRS modem module certified for use in devices operating in potentially explosive environments such as smart gas meters.

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Asiatelco and Cluster Wireless announce partnership to bring total M2M solution

San Diego, California, USA and Shanghai, China –Asiatelco Technologies Co. (ATEL), a worldwide provider of wireless terminals and equipment, has announced a technology and product collaboration with Cluster Wireless that will offer Cluster Wireless M2M middleware and software tools in ATEL’s M2M products. Cluster Wireless specialises in developing software and tools for M2M ecosystems using

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GeoSIM launches a new global roaming data transfer system for M2M applications

Milton Keynes, UK – GeoSIM, a global SIM card supplier, has pioneered a brand new way to send data across mobile networks with no SMS or GPRS data connection needed.

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Face detection technology aims to revolutionise advertising industry

Manchester, UK – The Europe-wide advertising network Amscreen is launching a new M2M-based platform for the advertising industry. Its face detection technology, originally developed by leading automated audience measurement firm Quividi, provides advertisers with invaluable insight into exactly who is seeing their adverts.

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Semtech’s new long-range RFIC platform will drive Internet of Things and M2M deployments

Camarillo, California, USA – Semtech Corporation, a leading supplier of analogue and mixed-signal semiconductors, has introduced the SX1272, the first product in a new long-range RFIC platform that boosts the transmission range of the devices to up to 15 kilometres.

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Real Time Logic web server delivers rapid development of dynamic web applications

Monarch Beach, California, USA – Real Time Logic, device web server and security specialist, has released the Mako Server, a compact web server ideal for rapid design of server-side web applications.

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Application Intelligence and Connected Devices: How do you Harness the Value? Find out tomorrow

Kings Hill, UK. June 26, 2013 — Tomorrow sees the release of new research findings from a survey conducted by Oracle and Beecham Research. The market survey is on the Use of Connected Devices for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) & Internet of Things (IoT) applications and new trends. Results will be disclosed in a webinar discussion on

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First European field test of IPv6 wireless mesh communication in smart meters in Norway

Steinkjer, Norway – Connode AB, together with NTE, is now trialling the new generation of communications for the energy market at Demo Steinkjer. The new Connode 4 radio system provides seamless IP-based interoperability and global standardisation to the utility sector, which has been characterised by industry-specific protocols and lack of true interoperability.

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