The arrival of any new communications technology on the scene always poses a conundrum: while it might bring promise improvements in any number of areas, it might also introduce our industry – and our users and customers – to an entirely new set of security vulnerabilities. Recent history shows that, in many cases, appropriate security levels have had to be added retrospectively, [...]
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Spirent Communications plc, a provider of device intelligence solutions, and Oasis Smart SIM, a global Universal Subscriber Identity Module (USIM) connectivity and management provider, have announced a strategic partnership.
An evaluation jointly carried out by Starhome Mach and Machina Research has concluded that mobile network operators need to pay more attention to the impact of M2M roaming on their networks as M2M’s share of roaming doubled in the last 12 months.
Cubic Telecom and Audi have announced a partnership to bring Audi’s connected car infotainment services to drivers across Europe. The partnership will deliver robust, low-cost connectivity for more than a million Audi drivers across Europe, becoming the largest-scale rollout within Cubic Telecom’s machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity initiatives.
Alpha Micro has announced the availability of the TOBY-L201 4G LTE high speed WCDMA wireless module from u-blox. Capable of providing 150 Mbps download speeds when using a 4G LTE connection, the module has a 3G fall-back capability and is pre-certified for use on AT&T and Verizon Networks.
Less than a year after the Brazilian government introduced an 80% reduction in M2M SIM activation and operation taxes for M2M-only devices, a dramatic boost in implementation is apparent according to a new research note from TechPolis.
Working with Good Night Lamp, Eseye are helping to connect friends and families around the world.
The recent inclusion of host card emulation, known as HCE, into Android 4.4 KitKat last year opened up the possibility of performing mobile NFC payments without using a hardware secure element. But while HCE may potentially remove some of the complexity of SIM secure element NFC payments, this is only part of the story.
M2M platform suppliers are increasingly looking to the cloud to extend their products’ reach and improve the operations of their customers as they move to the Internet of Things. The cloud, along with evolving standards and trends covered here, is set to dominate the market, reports freelance technology writer, Antony Savvas.
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