AT&T M2X 4 IoT

AT&T, one of my North American favorites for providing top-notch IoT solutions, has launched a set of tools to help developers and businesses more quickly and easily launch IoT and M2M solutions. Dubbed M2X, the program takes away the pain away from one of the top IoT headaches – the difficulty of connecting various pieces of an IoT solution. M2X is a cool idea. What does M2X do? Let’s go back to our IoT value […]

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AT&T asks Verizon Wireless, “Can you hear me now?” with auto sector IoT

I must admit, if I were Verizon I’d be asking myself if AT&T’s IoT team is planning on waving at me in its rear-view mirror while leaving me in the automotive IoT dust. AT&T continues to make ripples through the automotive industry in announcements with GM, Audi and Tesla. At CES… AT&T and GM announced that by summer 2014 some GM cars in the USA and Canada will have 4G OnStar-fueled connectivity. The OnStar service, a 4G WiFi hotspot […]

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What’s hot, what’s not: Internet of Things in the new year 2014

Predictions 2014: It’s the time of year when we reflect and prognosticate. 2013 was a fantastic year for the Internet of things (IoT) and 2014 will be better. What’s hot and what’s not for IoT in 2014… Hot The industrial internet — Ok, it’s not sexy, but everyone deserves a little love. Connecting all those electro-mechanical devices in the industrial sectors will drive huge increases in productivity and cost savings. The industrial internet is going to […]

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Are you wearing your IoT bling at CES?

Wearables bling. Engineers can build just about anything even if there is no market for the item — welcome to the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). If you haven’t heard, let me be the first to share the news that wearable IoT is all the rage at CES in Las Vegas this week. Did you know that every little bangle and bauble can be connected via Bluetooth, WiFi or mobile technology? It’s true. So why […]

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Operator alliances and the Global M2M Association (GMA)

Let’s talk about operator alliances and one in particular I think is going to be successful. Seems to me operator alliances are a good idea to help propel the IoT ecosystem. Why? We’re at an early stage of IoT development and we have a lot to learn from each other. Operator alliances help enterprises deploy multi-country solutions more simply. If an enterprise needs to work with more than one operator, it is helpful to know […]

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