While vehicle safely and security mandates in Europe, Russia and Brazil are moving forward, OEM and aftermarket safety and security telematics continue to see solid growth with the number of users to rise from 72 million at year-end to more than 300 million in 2018, according to ABI Research.
By Sue Marek The countdown begins. Wireless executives from around the globe are preparing to trek to Barcelona, Spain, for the annual Mobile World Congress trade show, where approximately 70,000...
Up until now Wi-Fi's greatest opportunity has been from mobile operators and network vendors that want to use Wi-Fi as an offload solution to solve the major boom in mobile data. However, increasingly operators are looking to use Wi-Fi to differentiate their service offerings.
While the outlook for the machine-to-machine market in 2013 appears positive there are also going to be a number of challenges that must be overcome, according to a new study from research firm Strategy Analytics.
Telefónica Spain and Generali Insurance launched a M2M car-tracking device with the aim of reducing the cost of insurance by monitoring driving habits.
More than 2.5 million handsets are now in use across France that are enabled with NFC Cityzi contactless technology. The number of phones supporting the Cityzi service has increased rapidly from the 1 million being used in June 2012, according to the French contactless sector association AFSCM.
Nokia joined Google Maps as the local search and navigation supplier to Toyota Europe. By early 2014 Toyota will integrate Nokia's vendor-neutral Here mapping platform into cars that the giant manufacturer delivers into Europe, Russia and the Middle East.
Despite efforts by operators to tweak their machine-to-machine strategies to appeal to niche markets, a new study from research firm Frost & Sullivan claims that growth can be boosted by...
Machine-to-machine products are the most exciting area and will be the leading growth sector for Telefónica Digital, according to CEO Matthew Key.
Mobile operators are well positioned to capitalise on the upsurge in demand for healthcare cloud services, according to a new study from Pyramid Research.