Research analyst blogs
The cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) market is steadily moving away from fixed SIM subscriptions toward so-called “white SIMs” capable of over-the-air downloading of new subscriptions.
Telefonica announced its new “Smart M2M Solution”, a connection management platform that enables Telefonica to provide optimized connectivity services for M2M applications.
On 12 December 2012, AT&T announced that it would use SIM provider Giesecke & Devrient’s “AirOn” technology to enable AT&T’s global SIM for M2M and connected devices.
Whitespace radio looks well positioned to fill some of the gaps between WAN cellular machine to machine communications and LAN short range wireless machine to machine communications.
Major providers have jumped on the bandwagon to provide connected home devices as part of ‘managed systems’
Outside the mobile handset, we’re now seeing some interesting use cases for Bluetooth.
Last year was a good solid year for the PMR industry with some interesting developments and announcements expected into the future.
A new report from IMS Research projects the adoption 13 different connectivity technologies in the home.
Bosch Security Systems and Greenpeak Technologies announced they joined forces to provide Multi-Service Operators (MSOs).
In the past three years, almost 60 million smart meters have been deployed.
The machine-tool industry continues to be the largest sector for the global motion control market.
Silicon’s vice-like grip of the power electronics market in coming under increasing pressure from a pair of wide bandgap semiconductors.
Even casual industry observers are aware that the telecom giant finds itself facing a spectrum crunch.
Despite all this apparent activity from manufacturers, there still remain many hurdles to be overcome before mobile broadband is a day to day reality in many countries.
Pleas came from manufacturers and developers in the U.S. wind power industry requesting that the U.S. Government extend the PTC.