By 2018 we are set to see twice as many devices connected to ‘Internet of Things’ through M2M technology


WEBWIRE – Thursday, September 04, 2014

Marketing Release - By 2018, the number of M2M (Machine-to-Machine) devices connected to the Internet is set to double, from 4.4 billion connected devices in 2014 to 10.3 billion by 2018, states Machina.
 
These devices make up what is known as the ‘Internet of Things’ (IOT), covering a variety of protocols, domains, and services connected via Machine-to-Machine communications.
 
The primary sectors and industry leaders in M2M include energy and utilities, consumer electronics, and automotive sector. The automotive sector is currently leading the path of M2M usage, particularly with remote maintenance and infotainment. The energy and utilities sector also offers M2M solutions, such as the ‘smart’ home applications, intelligent heating and connected security.
 
Vodafone has over 20 years’ experience in promoting the usage of M2M technology, and is renowned for being the leading provider of M2M services worldwide.
 
Giving businesses a platform to manage centrally M2M deployments across multiple territories, Vodafone’s M2M solutions offer greater control and at a lower cost than previously possible.
 
In order to stay on top of all things Vodafone M2M, make sure to visit their landing page here and frequently visit www.worldofm2m.com for the latest M2M news and articles about the IOT.



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Contact Information
Lia Banton
Marketing Manager M2M
Vodafone M2M
(44) (0) 7785 665 880
lia.banton@vodafone.com


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