The future of M2M? Touring the GSMA's Connected House

The growing significance of M2M to the wireless industry was clearly in evidence at the recent Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona. Of note, the GSMA doubled the space allotted to its "Connected House" initiative compared with last year, featuring solutions from the likes of AT&T, Qualcomm, KT and others, and gearing it as a kind of showcase of the possibilities of the M2M market in the home and elsewhere. The GSMA's emphasis on everything connected isn't a surprise considering this segment is expected to fuel significant growth in the industry. According to a recent report from Cisco, by 2016 there will be more M2M connections (10 billion) than the number of people on the planet (7.3 billion). But what exactly was on display in the Connected House? Slideshow

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