As deployments of machine-to-machine communications technology begin to churn big data, M2M Adopters are finding new ways of turning that data into profit! The M2M Zone will present a conference on the show floor of CeBIT's special IoT area - free to CeBIT attendees - that will cover new business models proliferating with the use of connected machines - located right next door to the M2M Zone Pavilion and the IoT Showcase of the International M2M Council.
Join the M2M Zone in Las Vegas, at CTIA, September 9-11, 2014. TheM2M Zone Pavilion at CTIA is the catalyst to the embedded systems community to gather knowledgeable and up-to-date information. From telematics to smart grid to telehealth, the M2M Zone understands that machine-to-machine technologies stretch across multiple industries to create a dynamic M2M eco-system.
mHealth is now reality, with applications from remote imaging to emergency services making use of cellular connectivity. And transition to 4G networks is already spawning entirely new business models. This conference session will highlight mHealth case studies, given from the perspective of the M2M sector's best-known analysts and vendors.
The M2M Zone continues to provide the only interactive, sponsored M2M content program at CTIA 2013. Conference attendees got the chance to see a broad set of industry sectors presented in detail, with brief presentations followed by extensive Q&A, moderated by the best-known analysts in the industry.
Fresh on the heels of many big device announcements at CES, MWC, and CTIA, our speakers can show-and-tell their new handsets and gadgets, explain what is new and different, and let this select group of operators, entrepreneurs, and investors in the room try them out.
The two conference sessions addressed questions about enterprise applications in the exploding field of M2M, or the Internet of Things. Moderated by Beecham Research CEO Robin Duke-Woolley, the sessions covered topics such as Long Term Connectivity, Small Vs Large Deployments, and Customer Service.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's SoftBank Corp and its U.S. mobile carrier Sprint Corp will offer a Sony smartphone for the first time, sources with knowledge of the matter said, as the two technology titans confront daunting challenges in the U.S. market.
The deal could give a much-needed boost to Sony's struggling mobile division, which last month said it no longer expected to make a profit in the year to next March. It will also bolster Sprint's handset line-up as it seeks to stem a flight in subscribers.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With plans for a T-Mobile US Inc merger in tatters, Sprint Corp is expanding a roaming program with rural cellphone companies that could provide a much-needed way for the debt-laden wireless carrier to cheaply increase its footprint.
In March, Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son struck a roaming deal with the Competitive Carriers Association (CCA), which represents many U.S. rural and regional carriers, to use each other's networks for roaming at a mutually attractive price.
(Reuters) - AT&T <T.N> is suing Cox Communications for infringing eight patents dealing with network quality after the regional cable provider ignored its complaints about the issue and made "billions" off of the technology, according to a new lawsuit.
In the suit filed Friday in Delaware federal court against Cox and more than 30 of its regional units, AT&T said that Cox had been warned about the claims of patent infringement as far back as 2009. It said Cox delayed negotiations and refused to take a license for the technologies.