Vodafone announced a new agreement with Volkswagen and Audi in Europe to provide connected car services through embedded global SIM cards, starting with new Audi models from 2015.
Apple has signed deals with 13 car manufacturers to use a new in-car user interface for iOS7 iPhones offering access to calls, messages, music and mapping services.
BARCELONA, Spain- Jasper Wireless signed up two more operators to its cloud-based M2M platform at Mobile World Congress, and also revealed it has added two new features to Jasper Platform to increase flexibility for operators and enterprises looking to develop their connected service portfolios.
The FierceWireless team will be exploring both LTE Advanced and Internet of Things in depth during our luncheon panel sessions that will be held directly across the street from the Fira Gran Via at the Fira Congress Hotel.
There are four reasons why enterprises purchase Internet of Things (IoT) services from communications operators, all of which hinge on the fact that IoT systems are complex to design, test, implement and run.
Machine to Machine (M2M)) service revenues will reach $20 billion globally in 2015, as players across the M2M industry focus on simplifying the process of rolling out M2M for the end-user.
Huawei penned an agreement with Imperial College London (Imperial) to jointly invest in a data science laboratory in the UK, as the Chinese vendor continues to build its presence in Europe.
The Internet of Things, which excludes PCs, tablets and smartphones, will grow to 26 billion units installed in 2020, representing an almost 30-fold increase from 900 million in 2009, according to a new report from Gartner.
The global market for location platforms is set to grow steadily in the next few years, mainly driven by the emerging indoor location segment, according to a new report from research firm Berg Insight. Annual revenues from location platforms are forecasted to grow from an estimated €190 million in 2012 to €275 million worldwide in 2018.
An increase in smart meter deployments will see the global market for wireless communication modules approximately double in value over the coming years, jumping from $532 million (€393 million) in 2012 to $1.3 billion (€961 million) in 2020, at a CAGR of 12 per cent, according to a new report from research and consulting firm GlobalData.