By Emmanuel Routier, Vice President, Global M2M at Orange Business Services
With such high expectations placed on M2M years before the technology had matured, there were questions as to whether it could live up to its perceived potential.
Demand for M2M WAN connections is set to triple within the next four years, with LTE set to fuel growth, according to new research from Infonetics.
Vodafone has announced a significant M2M deal with global lift and escalator company KONE.
Telefónica has announced it is partnering with outdoor advertising company JCDecaux to develop a range of M2M solutions.
Telefónica and KPN are the latest operators to announce an M2M connectivity deal with Tesla Motors.
A new Internet of Things (IoT) MVNO has launched claiming to be the first affordable pan-European GSM connectivity provider for M2M services.
Deutsche Telekom has beefed up its enterprise offering by launching a new campaign aimed at capturing more small- to medium-sized enterprise (SME) customers.
Vodafone has announced a new agreement with Volkswagen to provide connectivity to Audi cars in Europe.
Channel Islands operator JT has launched an M2M device aimed at the motor insurance market that monitors vehicle data and records driver behaviour.
Telekom Austria and telematics firm CEplus have launched six industry-specific telematics products as the operator looks to grow its asset-tracking and fleet management business.
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