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LTE: The Future of M2M and IoT

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While limited 2G coverage options will remain available until as long as 2020, nearly all companies in the Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) spaces who have traditionally relied on 2G connectivity have already been impacted by the 2G

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Even Your Trash Can is on Twitter: Weekly M2M/IoT Roundup

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It was another busy week in the world of M2M/IoT. We’ve got you covered with stories on and off the beaten path… Growing use of satellite for M2M and IoT Australia’s M2M Connectivity discusses why M2M communications via satellite is

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We Will Soon Be Outnumbered: Weekly M2M Roundup

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While so many had their eyes glued on the iPhone 6 this week, here is a sampling of M2M industry stories you may have missed: Australian M2M market predicted to reach AU$530 million by 2019 New Ovum study commissioned by

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