Posted on 27 March 2013.
International communication doesn’t have to be complex. In this white paper, you’ll discover the challenges organizations with international travelers face to strike an appropriate balance between ease of use for those focused on being productive when traveling internationally, and the cost of using non-domestic mobile network services. The “right” balance will align with the company’s [...]
by Truphone Posted in Associations, Carriers, Content & Mobile Marketing, Customer Care, Devices, Enterprise, Enterprise Mobile and Wireless, Enterprise Mobile and Wireless, Featured, Free, Free, Frontpage, Location Based Services, M2M, Mobile Data, Mobile Devices, Mobile Video and TV, Networks, Reports, test equipment, Wireless, Wireless Application Developers, Wireless Facts and Figures, Wireless Internet, Wireless M2M Telemetry, Wireless Network Infrastructure, Wireless Providers, Wireless Retailers, Wireless Technology
Posted on 23 November 2011.
Editor’s Note: Welcome to our weekly feature, Analyst Angle. We’ve collected a group of the industry’s leading analysts to give their outlook on the hot topics in the wireless industry. I’ve been having fun this week playing – and working – with my new AT&T 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket smartphone. The biggest [...]
by Susan Welsh de Grimaldo, Director of Mobile Broadband Opportunities, Strategy Analytics Posted in Analyst Angle, Carriers, Customers, Devices, Infrastructure, iPhone / iPhone Killers, M2M, Mobile Content, Mobile Devices, Mobile Entertainment, Mobile Video and TV, Networks, Opinion, wi-fi, Wireless, Wireless Internet, Wireless M2M Telemetry, Wireless Network Infrastructure, Wireless Providers, Wireless Technology
Posted on 21 November 2011.
Automobiles in the near future will be controlled with smartphone apps, will “phone home” in the event of an emergency and will be driven through a world that’s wired from top to bottom. A major new partnership was announced Thursday that could help make that vision of the future a reality. Sierra Wireless, a well-known [...]
by Marshall Kirkpatrick Posted in Location Based Services, M2M, Mobile Devices, Networks, Wireless, Wireless Application Developers, Wireless M2M Telemetry, Wireless Network Infrastructure, Wireless Technology
Posted on 01 November 2011.
It’s intriguing to consider a world where copy machines contact the supplier when the machine’s ink supply is low, patients at risk for heart attacks are remotely monitored in their homes and careful drivers are rewarded with cheaper coverage because their insurance companies know they regularly obey the speed limit.
by John Elliott, Senior Director Mobility Services Product and Offering Development Lead, Accenture Posted in Carriers, Customers, Devices, Infrastructure, M2M, Networks, Opinion, Reality Check, Reality Check, Wireless M2M Telemetry
Posted on 11 October 2011.
SAN DIEGO – The GSMA poked its head into the domestic space this week, announcing a new report showing that connected devices are set to increase to 24 billion by 2020, with those devices connected to mobile networks surging 100% to 12 billion. That report was announced the evening prior to the official opening of [...]
by Dan Meyer Posted in Associations, By The Numbers, Carriers, Devices, Enterprise, Enterprise Mobile and Wireless, Enterprise Mobile and Wireless, M2M, Mobile Devices, Smart Grid, Wireless Facts and Figures, Wireless M2M Telemetry, Wireless Technology
Posted on 09 July 2010.
eAgency Mobile Solutions announced the availability of Application and Browser blocking, which is a new feature of its My Mobile Watchdog child safety device. The blocking service is a free and automatic enhancement for new and existing customers and allows parents to control their child’s use of applications and Web sites from their wireless device. [...]
by Kristen Beckman Posted in Wireless M2M Telemetry
Posted on 29 June 2010.
Gemalto (GTO) is buying module maker Cinterion Wireless Modules GmbH for $198.7 million, adding to its machine-to-machine business strategy by bringing the world’s leading M2M module maker to the world’s largest Subscriber Identity Module manufacturer. The acquisition moves Gemalto beyond the SIM business to what it is calling the MIM business (M2M Identity Module business, [...]
by Tracy Ford Posted in M2M, Wireless M2M Telemetry
Posted on 24 June 2010.
Spectrum Bridge Inc. said it is working with a California utility to use white-spaces technology to deploy a smart-grid network in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and offer wireless broadband service to area residents.Spectrum Bridge is working with the Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative to manage the supply and demand of electricity, improve System Control and Data [...]
by Tracy Ford Posted in Wireless M2M Telemetry
Posted on 09 March 2010.
A group of M2M veterans has launched Connected Development, a project outsourcing company that provides end-to-end design and development, certification and manufacturing processes for bringing new wireless M2M devices to market.The Connected Development concept was developed by Stefan Lindvall in an attempt to simplify the wireless development cycle.“Often, companies trying to gain the advantages of [...]
by Kristen Beckman Posted in M2M, Wireless M2M Telemetry
Posted on 23 October 2009.
SP AusNet, one of Australia’s largest utility companies, is deploying the world’s first smart-metering solution using WiMAX technology. SP AusNet said its four-year rollout of smart-metering technology will cover 680,000 smart meters to homes and small businesses in eastern and northeastern Victoria. Of those, 40,000 are expected to be rolled out by June.Motorola Inc. is [...]
by Tracy Ford Posted in Wireless M2M Telemetry