Telefónica’s German subsidiary has launched a fleet management solution for enterprises as it looks to boost its M2M portfolio.
Ericsson has announced it will no longer develop modems and will instead redirect investment into radio networks.
Operators are at risk of missing out on billions of dollars of M2M revenues by failing to invest intelligently in the technology, according to a new report from Ovum.
Tele2’s M2M business is just over a year old and has been making waves with a number of high profile announcements. The division’s head discusses what makes them different
Ericsson has won a deal to provide smart meter readings to Finnish energy company Landis+Gyr.
Cisco has announced 6,000 job cuts after revealing revenues and net profits decreased in the last 12 months.
European Communications is delighted to announce a new award for the telecoms industry in Europe – the CMO of the Year – which is designed to recognise the growing importance of top marketing executives at operators across the continent.
As large and multinational businesses embrace the cloud and ever more mobile ways of working, Jan Geldmacher’s number one priority is moving Vodafone Global Enterprise up the value chain.
Telefónica saw net profits rise between April and June but only its UK business reported an increase in sales.
Telefónica has announced that over 250 partners have joined its M2M Partner Programme after it was expanded outside the US.
Telefónica has been selected by IT group CGI to bolster the mobile communications of energy groups bringing new smart meter technology to the UK.
Deutsche Telekom has announced three new partners have joined its smart home platform Qivicon.
M2M adoption has increased by more than 80 percent in the last 12 months, with over a fifth of companies now adopting the technology, according to Vodafone.
Tele2 has signed a strategic partnership agreement with vendor NetComm Wireless to develop M2M solutions for vertical markets.
Deutsche Telekom’s Head of Smart Home thinks the operator is “one step ahead” of Apple in the race to capture the smart home market.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a smart parking project in the Italian city of Pisa and a cloud-based mobile security product for enterprise customers.
Vodafone and NTT DOCOMO have expanded their existing partner market agreement to address the delivery of M2M services to the global enterprise sector.
Vodafone is to launch a voluntary takeover of telematics firm Cobra Automotive Technologies as it looks to move up the M2M value chain.
Vodafone has maintained its position as the world’s leading M2M service provider, according to Machina Research’s annual scorecard.
Telenor Connexion has been selected as Lyse Elnett’s mobile communications provider as the hydroelectric power company deploys smart meters across Norway.
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