Results for Network Services

More Than Standard Wi-Fi
At least as far back as 2010, analyst firms and industry experts were anticipating the number of connected devices would pass 20 billion by the year 2020. As some types of connected devices become ubiquitous—and as more types of devices become connected—it remains clear: end users need fast, reliable networks and well-performing devices.

Consortium to Drive Global Development
In the search for better ways to gather big data, several major technology industry heavyweights are putting their efforts together to improve the integration of the physical and digital spectrums to expand opportunities for businesses and organizations in global market development.

M2M Customers Outwit Weak Signals
In the ever-changing ecosystem of M2M and connected devices, there are some things that never change. For instance, M2M customers—regardless of which vertical market they fall into—need a strong, reliable connection so data can be collected and transmitted from their devices. This has always been true, and it always will be a fundamental requirement for successful M2M deployments, no matter how the market evolves.

Minimizing TCO in M2M
“A bright spot in the rapidly maturing mobile industry.” This is one of the many ways M2M has been described in 2014. With growth-projection numbers suggesting market revenues will reach nearly $45 billion within five years’ time, industry players are left wondering what steps to take in order to get their company to that next level. For some M2M customers, growth could come by taking a look at existing solutions and service agreements and finding ways to reduce TCO (total cost of ownership), thereby boosting the bottomline.

ORBCOMM Orbits with New Satellite Modems
ORBCOMM,, a provider of M2M solutions announced the production of its next generation of satellite modems, ideal for OEM (original-equipment manufacturers)-integration. OEM-integration into satellite M2M applications is intended for transportation and distribution, heavy equipment, and even government markets.

Router Pursues Trustworthy Data Delivery
The needs of today’s mobile workforce are of great concern to businesses that rely on workers’ ability to access data securely and reliably. Similarly, as businesses leverage M2M deployments to gather mission-critical data, the ability to manage this information—and turn it into value—becomes crucial.

T-Mobile Brings Cost Down for M2M Communication with eSIM
The cost of doing business in the M2M world between the United States and Canada just became a little more affordable. And, if things go as planned for T-Mobile,, companies in the rest of the world will be able to use its new wireless communication system to help the bottomline as well.

Avoiding M2M Global Pitfalls
M2M (machine-to-machine) deployments are growing at a rapid clip. IT leaders are discovering that there are many benefits to be gained by connecting devices. The figures are pretty strong: the global market for M2M connections should increase from two billion at the end of 2011 to 18 billion at the end of 2022, with global M2M revenue rising to $1.2 trillion in 2022, from $200 billion in 2012, Machina Research,, reports.

The 2G Sunset: What You Need to Know Today
You have likely heard the 2G sunset is coming. There has been a lot of discussion in the past year among companies in the M2M community about the impact the 2G sunset will have. Still one big question remains: With the 2G sunset fast approaching, how is your business preparing?

New M2M Collaboration Aims for Speed, Cost Efficiency
The world of M2M and connected technology can be vast and complex, particularly for organizations with little to no experience with such technology. Thankfully, companies exist that can help inexperienced enterprises bridge the gap, and distribute connected solutions in the marketplace.

Cisco Looks to the Future of M2M
The world of M2M and connected devices is ripe with potential to positively impact the personal and professional lives of users. But as vast and far-reaching as this technology’s impact has been thus far, one inevitably comes to wonder what the future holds. How will M2M continue to transform our world in the years to come?

M2M and the Future of Big Data
M2M and connected technology have opened up a whole new world of information to businesses and consumers alike. Through the collection and analysis of data, trends and patterns come to light, offering a host of relevant information that might have otherwise remained hidden to the naked eye. Through Big Data, both individuals and business entities can become more informed.

M2M Requires Billing Flexibility and Variety
In the end, no matter how much efficiency or convenience a technology may offer, if it can’t successfully generate money, the market doesn’t evolve or progress. Thus, in order to successfully monetize M2M, providers are largely dependent on billing systems designed to fit their specific needs.

AT&T/GE Talk Worldwide Remote Monitoring
As the market for M2M and connected devices continues to grow and evolve, a variety of companies have formed mutually beneficial partnerships to ensure they stay at the forefront of the M2M revolution.

Future of Wireless Networks
Wireless networks continue to advance, and this can open up new opportunities for connected solutions. LTE is fast becoming an option in most parts of the world, as wireless carriers compete to roll out the latest systems. Additional technologies, such as Wi-Fi-enabled base stations, are also making it easier to connect devices. The future of wireless networks will likely include a variety of options, with no one solution presenting the best choice for every deployment.
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