The total M2M revenue opportunity will be $1.6 trillion (€1.4 trillion) in 2024, up from $500 billion in 2014.
Since late 2009, Ericsson's vision of what it calls the "Networked Society" has included a key prediction: that by 2020 there will be 50 billion connected devices around the world. Now, Ericsson is backing off of that claim, and thinks there will be around half that many connected devices in five years.
Telenor Norway's director of coverage said the operator's LTE (4G) network will match its 2G network in terms of coverage within five years, and that the operator is moving ahead with plans to launch voice over LTE (VoLTE) this year.
Telefónica claims to have launched the "quintuple-play" era in Spain with the announcement of a home security service based on machine-to-machine (M2M) communications that can be added to the company's existing "quad-play" and home broadband plans.
A new report reveals that rush hour will have grave implications for mobile networks, with certain cells set to experience a 97 per cent increase in data traffic over the next 10 years.
Wireless carriers have been eager to get into the connected car market as a way to boost subscriber and revenue growth. However, according to a new report from research firm Machina Research, traffic jams in the future could cause major spikes in mobile data traffic as more connected cars compete with smartphones and tablets for spectrum.
The vision of the smart city of tomorrow holds an enormous amount of promise. Picture a densely populated city that is safer, more efficient and much more environmentally conscious than today's urban corridors.
By Phil Goldstein The trend toward "smart cities" has been ongoing for the past several years, but it is expected to accelerate in the years to come as wireless connectivity becomes...
Tele2 launched a new platform for companies of all sizes that wish to embrace the potential offered by machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things.
Internet of Things (IoT) security is being compromised by a lack of standardisation in the sector, leaving users open to the risk of cyber attack Beecham Research warned.