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Tesla Model S car to be connected by the Telstra Mobile Network

Tesla Model S car to be connected by the Telstra Mobile Network

Telstra and electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors have entered into an agreement to provide machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity, for the company's Model S car in Australia.

Telstra will provide mobile connectivity to power multiple start-of-the art features in the Model S including the infotainment and remote diagnostics systems. John Chambers, Executive Director, Telstra Mobile, said Australia was poised to enter an era where cars, like smartphones, connect to the mobile network improving road safety, reducing the cost...
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Shipments of connected wearables will reach 168 million in 2019

Shipments of connected wearables will reach 168 million in 2019

According to a new report from the research firm Berg Insight, shipments of connected wearables reached 19.0 million in 2014, up from 5.9 million devices in the previous year.

Growing at a compound annual growth rate of 54.7 percent, total shipments of smartwatches, smart glasses, fitness & activity trackers, people monitoring & safety devices and medical devices as well as other wearable devices are forecasted to reach 168.2 million units in 2019. Bluetooth will remain the primary connectivity option in the coming years,...
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KORE Wireless teams up with Four Faith

KORE Wireless teams up with Four Faith

KORE Wireless, the world’s largest dedicated provider of Machine to Machine (M2M) wireless data networks, has partnered with Xiamen Four-Faith Communication Technology Co Ltd, to promote its cellular M2M solutions.

The Chinese based manufacturer, Four-Faith provides research and development, production, promotion and service of products across the Internet of Things (IoT) industry. Vice President and General Manager at KORE Wireless Asia Pacific, Shane Murphy said South East Asia, China and Japan still remain the fastest...
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Wyplay connects Frog broadcast TV Set-Top-Boxes to the SIGFOX Internet of Things network

Wyplay connects Frog broadcast TV Set-Top-Boxes to the SIGFOX Internet of Things network

Wyplay, creator of software solutions for leading pay-TV operators, and SIGFOX, a pioneer in cost-effective, energy-efficient IoT connectivity, today revealed a joint technology collaboration that yields significant benefits to pay-TV operators and enhanced customer experience.

The system, which will be showcased at 2015 International CES® in Las Vegas, Nev., integrates SIGFOX’s IoT cellular connectivity solution with Wyplay’s open-source pay-TV set-top-box (STB) middleware. This will allow TV operators to connect their...
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The IoT gets going in India

The IoT gets going in India

Guest post by Jim Morrish, Founder & Chief Research Officer, Machina Research. On Friday 12th December, Machina Research attended, and presented to, The National Association of Software and Services Companies’ (NASSCOM’s) Annual Technology Conference in Delhi. NASSCOM is the trade association for the Indian information technology and business process outsourcing industry. It has around 1500 members, of which 250 are non-Indian companies from the United States, Europe, Japan and China. This year the conference focussed on IoT...
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NEC supports smart city scalability with first live deployment of the new oneM2M standard

NEC supports smart city scalability with first live deployment of the new oneM2M standard

NEC is the first company in the world to deploy the new oneM2M service layer standard in a live smart city control center deployment.

NEC Corporation, a leading network, communications and information technology company, today announced that it is the first company to test the new global oneM2M service layer standard in its Cloud City Operation Center (CCOC) solution to enable machine-to-machine device interoperability in a live smart city program. Around the world cities are beginning to deploy a diversity of M2M sensors to...
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Interview with Jon Carter – Deutsche Telekom

Interview with Jon Carter – Deutsche Telekom

At IoT World Forum 2014 in London (UK), M2M World News had the opportunity to interview Jon Carter, UK Head of Business Development – Connected Home at Deutsche Telekom. M2M World News: Deutsche Telekom has designed a platform to help the players of the smart home ecosystem bring value to the end-users through new services. Can you tell us more about this platform and how it could be leveraged to develop new smart homes solutions and services? Jon Carter: The connected home...
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TELUS launches Canada’s first Internet of Things marketplace for businesses

TELUS launches Canada’s first Internet of Things marketplace for businesses

TELUS’ newest innovation will dramatically accelerate implementation of IoT solutions with turn-key offerings from leading technology companies.

TELUS is helping Canadian businesses accelerate their adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technology with the launch of the TELUS IoT Marketplace – an online space offering turn-key IoT solutions from cutting-edge innovators and industry-leading technology companies. For businesses, the TELUS IoT Marketplace will simplify the complexity of IoT and allow them to quickly deploy a...
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Vodafone to introduce wireless services for its multinational customers in the US

Vodafone to introduce wireless services for its multinational customers in the US

Vodafone Americas today announced plans to introduce wireless services for Vodafone’s more than 400 multinational (MNC) customers based in the United States and a further 500 Vodafone MNC customers that are based outside the United States but have a strong US presence.

The addition of wireless services for Vodafone’s US MNC customers complements Vodafone’s existing portfolio of US and international fixed, mobile and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) products and services. Vodafone will also roll out its industry-leading...
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IDC Reveals Worldwide Big Data and Analytics Predictions for 2015

IDC Reveals Worldwide Big Data and Analytics Predictions for 2015

Visual data discovery tools will be growing 2.5x faster than rest of the BI market; investing in this enabler of end-user self service will become a requirement for all enterprises by 2018.

International Data Corporation (IDC) yesterday hosted the IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Big Data and Analytics 2015 Predictions Web conference. The session provided organizations with insight and perspective on long-term industry trends along with new themes that may be on the horizon. The Predictions Web conference series and accompanying IDC...
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