London, UK — The LTE network migration initiatives in top macine-to-machine (M2M) markets are creating a virtuous cycle of key changes in module design, pricing and the product design process for embedding connectivity in products and devices.
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(Blog) – M2M communications are transforming the world into one where everything and everyone is networked and connected. The GSMA and Machina Research predict that the number of connected devices is set to double over the next eight years to 50 billion globally. If that’s correct, writes Dr John Naylon (pictured) of CBNL, communication between these connected devices will explode.
Matt Hatton – Director, Machina Research
In October 2013 Machina Research published its annual view on the connected car market. While it represents a tremendous opportunity, there remain critical issues to be resolved, not least who pays for the services and how?
By Andy Castonguay, Principal Analyst, Machina Research
The US mobile market’s rapidly growing appetite for mobile data, spectrum constraints and fierce competition among the top US operators (i.e. AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile) have triggered significant network migration strategy decisions by AT&T and Verizon that will support the near nation-wide LTE coverage by 2015. This will also have an important impact on the M2M industry.
[London, UK. September 17, 2013] — As the industry evolves from its vertical M2M heritage to a horizontal Internet of Things (IoT), the requirements for software platforms are evolving. A new White Paper from Machina Research examines the implications of this fundamental shift.
(BLOG) June 12, 2013 — I’ve talked for some time about the need for maturity and simplification in the M2M market (Comment, M2M Now magazine June-July 2012) and at last there are signs that this is coming. Hacks like me look for headlines, but there are better signs, says M2M Now’s editor, Jeremy Cowan.
Reading, UK. April 4, 2013 – Machina Research today announced the results of its annual M2M Communications Service Provider Benchmarking Study. For the second year running, Vodafone was crowned the CSP best placed to take advantage of the global M2M opportunity.
What’s coming in 2013 in the world of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and connected devices? M2M Now talks to a few key industry figures — now tell us if they’re talking sense or if it’s just crystal balls.
Machina Research has published its annual report, M2M Global Forecast & Analysis 2011-22. It provides a detailed analysis of the global opportunity for machine-to-machine communications, notably that M2M connections will hit 18 billion in 2022, generating US$1.2 trillion revenue.
(BLOG:) The health sector has been evolving for thousands of years, as new clinical findings have come to the forefront. Today, says Erik Brenneis, head of Vodafone M2M, it continues to evolve, but as well as keeping in line with new medical discoveries it also leads the way in the adoption of cutting edge technologies.