Cellular M2M (Machine-to-Machine) module shipments approached 28 million in 2009, and according to ABI Research, they will quadruple to exceed 114 million in 2015.
The digital security provider agrees to pay $200 million (USD) for Cinterion.
Sprint reports these companies and others are utilizing device-to-device wireless connectivity to boost productivity and conserve valuable business capital. Get an overview of how they're all using M2M here.
As more industries recognize the advantages of M2M technology, Cinterion's complete range of 2G products, including the new entry level BG2 are designed to offer developers the right features and functions for numerous vertical markets.
Find out how Eseye's AnyNet SIM automatically can select the best connection from a range of networks to ensure "always on connection" for M2M devices.
Cinterion , a provider of machine-to-machine has announced a strategic partnership with Assembly Contracts Limited a designer and manufacturer of electronic products and sub-assemblies, to jointly design and integrate wireless components.
In 2010, only 40,000 4G machine-to-machine (M2M) cellular modules will ship but that total is expected to skyrocket into the millions in 2015. Get all the facts and figures here.
Cinterion and Asentia are delivering enhanced SiteBoss Solution for remote management of cell tower equipment.
According to the companies, the alliance will overcome barriers to machine-to-machine services delivery -- particularly as cellular connected devices and M2M services proliferate.
Walsh Wireless and Sprint 3G Mobile Broadband have teamed to offer a one-of-its kind M2M device that helps auto insurance companies base its rates on individual vehicle use and driving behavior.