Smart Wireless Devices and Services (M2M)
Smart Wireless Devices and Services generally refers to 'Machine-To-Machine' (M2M) communication and is used to categorize all types of communication processes that normally do not require human interaction. Examples for M2M communications include automated logging and processing of sensor data via a communications network or automated tracking of mobile assets through a communications network.
Many new M2M applications are being created and demand for integration of M2M solutions into a variety of products or services has increased. Forecasts for the number of connected wireless M2M devices are reaching the tens of billions. This highlights the significance of M2M for executives who wish to extend the value of their network and seize the M2M opportunity. CDMA technology provides an immediate and profitable revenue stream by capitalizing on current and future M2M demands. Unlike developing technologies, CDMA is already established in the largest and fastest growing M2M markets in the world.
The M2M SIG brings the industry together to create exposure, expand availability and grow the market share of CDMA2000 smart devices to enable vertical sectors deploying M2M services. read more...
CDMA is a worldwide technology that is the backbone for 100% of the verticals in the USA and Asia, offering lower integration costs and faster deployment. M2M on CDMA supports solutions that bring the benefits of connectivity globally. read more...
The Smart Wireless Awards celebrate and promote the most innovative machine-to-machine (M2M) wireless products and services using modules on CDMA networks in the areas of healthcare, consumer electronics, energy and telematics vertical market segments. read more...