Australia-listed satellite communications company Sky and Space Global has been awarded a $500,000 grant by the Polish Government and the European Union to initiate a project into M2M device and smart-grid innovation.
Industrial Internet of Things developer NetComm Wireless has joined the Ericsson IoT accelerator to help in the adoption of Massive IoT, a solution devised by Ericsson to address the emerging low power wide area market.
The number of connected M2M devices in Australia will grow to somewhere between 25 million and 50 million by 2020, as electronic devices like smartphones, tablets, set-top boxes and game consoles fuel activity with the Internet of Things (IoT).
The Internet of Things (IoT) has quickly reached scale in the massive Chinese market with connectivity boosting major industries and creating a new consumer market in the country for connected vehicles, home appliances and wearables.
The Australian telecommunications market is going through a real shake-up, with the market dominance of the established telcos under challenge from digital media, including OTT providers, offering new communications services at lower costs, or free of charge.
Wireless machine-to-machine developer NetComm Wireless announced a deal to become an official M2M hardware partner for Deutsche Telekom.
Internet Protocol (IP) traffic around the world is expected to triple to reach a record 2 zettabytes by 2019, with market growth coming predominantly from increasing mobile access and demand for video services.
Australian wireless M2M device provider NetComm says it will continue to pursue global expansion through affiliations with the world’s leading network operators.
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