As we settle into 2011, we see some new trends emerging in enterprise mobility.
nPhase's M2M services will provide standard performance levels of its M2M cloud platform 99.999% of the time.
iMetrik M2M Solutions offers remote monitoring of stationary assets for diverse industries and applications, including healthcare, security, lighting systems, and IT equipment.
The partnership integrates AT&T's high-speed data network with Elster's advanced metering infrastructure solution.
The integrated antenna and RF solutions provider is especially concentrating on embedded device solutions and M2M opportunities in the automotive market.
Telenor Connexion is providing embedded connectivity for Maestro's wireless industrial modems.
The partnership between Recursion Software and Qatalys will deliver M2M solutions for the healthcare and retail sectors.
Sprint adds an M2M Collaboration Center, Command Center, and diverse new partners to its Emerging Solutions unit.
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.