Telenor Connexion is the latest company to join the operator-led M2M World Alliance.
Deutsche Telekom has announced that Huawei and Netatmo have joined its smart home platform Qivicon.
Tele2 has boosted its M2M offering by signing a partnership with UK-based Telit that is designed to develop solutions for smaller enterprises.
Nokia wants operators to challenge it, as the company embarks on a two-pronged strategy to deliver growth amid a flat market over the next 12 months.
Vodafone has said it is now holds a unique position in the connected car space following its acquisition of Cobra.
Telefónica has announced a partnership in Europe with fleet transport telematics company Geotab that sees the two companies launch a “plug and play” solution.
TeliaSonera has made two key announcements at its M2M symposium in Stockholm.
Tele2 and multinational engineering firm L&T Technology Services have launched a strategic M2M partnership aimed at the transportation industry.
Everyone loves going on a metaphorical journey these days. From reality TV stars to telecom equipment providers, it seems no one can get by without an emotional or organisational transformation.
TeliaSonera is aiming to generate SEK 1 billion (€108 million) in revenues from M2M by 2018, its CCO has predicted.
Tele2’s M2M business is targeting PC manufacturers and automotive companies as part of a newly announced partnership with Cubic Telecom.
Deutsche Telekom has become the latest European operator to launch an M2M partner programme as it looks to scale projects across the continent.
Deutsche Telekom and China Mobile have signed an agreement that will see the two operators working together on a connected car joint venture in China.
Orange Business Services has become the latest operator to sign a deal to provide electric car manufacturer Tesla with wireless connectivity.
Ericsson has acquired smart grid communications provider Ambient as the vendor looks to bolster its investments in the technology.
Orange Chairman and CEO Stephane Richard unveiled a dizzying array of new products and services at the company’s third annual hello show on Thursday in its latest attempt to demonstrate that it knows what its customers want.
Four Chief Marketing Operators are in line to win European Communications’ inaugural CMO of the Year next month.
Telefónica’s German subsidiary has launched a fleet management solution for enterprises as it looks to boost its M2M portfolio.
Ericsson has announced it will no longer develop modems and will instead redirect investment into radio networks.
Operators are at risk of missing out on billions of dollars of M2M revenues by failing to invest intelligently in the technology, according to a new report from Ovum.
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