M2M Market Opportunities & Challenges with Connected Devices Discussed by Visiongain

22 Jun 2012 • by Natalie Aster

Machine to machine technology (M2M) is set to transform the telecoms industry. This will allow operators to expand their portfolio of offerings and create new value added services and revenue streams in an increasingly saturated market place. M2M has potential applications in virtually every industry, with successful current uses documented in the report, in the automotive, e-health and energy sectors.

The report “M2M: Opportunities and Challenges with Connected Devices 2012-2017” proposes business models for successful adoption of M2M by operators, app developers and other ecosystem members. Visiongain analysis has concluded M2M revenues will be worth $38.1bn in 2012.

Report Details:

M2M: Opportunities and Challenges with Connected Devices 2012-2017
Published: April, 2012
Pages: 179
Price: US$ 2.642,00

Smart Meters, Smart Services and the Connected Home are just some of the M2M services, covered in this report. Visiongain believes that that M2M presents opportunities for many other services that will transform the lives of end-users, in addition to increasing operator revenues. For operators this research allows for the assessment of the current M2M space. For enterprises this report examines how to increase efficiency levels and reap the significant OpEx and CapEx savings that M2M delivers.

This report features interviews with Vodafone, and NextM2M to give the reader industry insight into how these companies are using M2M to widen their own revenue streams. With global and regional forecasts and projections covering 2012 to 2017 this report will assist any ecosystem member in ensuring they gain a significant share of M2M revenues.

More information can be found in the report “M2M: Opportunities and Challenges with Connected Devices 2012-2017” by Visiongain.

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