Machine to Machine (M2M)

Sprint Expands M2M Ecosystem

4/5/2011
Sprint's newest M2M partners serve many fast-growing segments, including healthcare, smart grid, and utilities.

Verizon and Axeda Partner on M2M

3/31/2011
The alliance provides a unified and scalable global M2M infrastructure, making it efficient for customers to develop and deploy complete connected product solutions.

CTIA Wireless 2011: Mobilize Everything

3/29/2011
What went down at CTIA in Orlando last week? M2M is busy mobilizing people, property, and pets, and some familiar companies are entering the mobile space. Find out what else happened at the wireless industry's largest U.S. tradeshow--and which baseball star we got to meet!

Wi-Ex Launches M2M Division

3/23/2011
Wi-Ex's new M2M group will focus on solutions for healthcare, mobile data collection, and industrial applications.

Research: 2.1 Billion M2M Connections in 2020

3/18/2011
The number of machine-to-machine (M2M) device connections worldwide will grow from 62 million in 2010 to 2.1 billion in 2020, according to the latest report from Analysys Mason.

What to Watch for in Enterprise Mobility

1/25/2011
In part one of our Editorial Advisory Board outlook, we examine a range of issues, from 4G and the consumerization of IT to the mobile OS war and mobility in the cloud.

The Rise of M2M

1/11/2011
The M2M space is one of the fastest growing segments in the mobile data business.
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