Asia IoT Business Platform 2015 – Jakarta

IndonesiaEco Business — Southeast Asia’s leading IoT and M2M thought leaders will be gathering in Jakarta, in August, to discuss the opportunities and challenges of IoT/M2M in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. Among the leading thinkers are Telkomsel President Director, Ririek Adriansyah, and Mr. Bambang Heru Tjahjono, Director General for ICT Applications at Indonesia’s Ministry of Communication and Information Technology. They will be speaking at the Asia IoT Business Platform.

http://www.eco-business.com/events/asia-iot-business-platform-2015-jakarta/

Etisalat / Oberthur partner to expand MEA M2M and IoT

UAEDeveloping Telecoms — UAE headquartered Etisalat are extending their M2M and IoT services for enterprise customers throughout the Middle East, Africa and Asia in a new partnership with Oberthur Technologies. The partnership will offer the region’s first tailored M2M and IoT services across Middle East, Asia and Africa. Using Oberthur’s M-Sense solution, Etisalat affiliates will extend their M2M and IoT service offering beyond simple connectivity, enabling their Enterprise customers to fully benefit from the growing M2M and IoT market.

http://www.developingtelecoms.com/tech/service-management/5944-etisalat-oberthur-partner-to-expand-mea-m2m-and-iot.html

To make money from IoT buy into a law firm

APACTelecom Asia — I had the great honour of being part of an expert panel at Mobile World Congress in Shanghai earlier this month discussing the pros and cons of M2M, IoT and big data – and all that in just ninety minutes! In keeping with the current optimism around all three topics, moderator Godfrey Chua, from Machina Research; David Yuan from Ericsson; Kangrim Choi from Korea Telecom and Alfred Boediman from Samsung all gave very positive outlooks for the future in their introductory presentations.

http://www.telecomasia.net/blog/content/make-money-iot-buy-law-firm

ASEAN IoT and M2M leaders to meet at Asia IoT Business Platform

IndonesiaDeal Street Asia — Southeast Asia’s leading Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) thought leaders will be gathering in Jakarta in August during the Asia IoT Business Platform to discuss the opportunities and challenges of growing the IoT/M2M space in Southeast Asia.

http://www.dealstreetasia.com/stories/asean-iot-and-m2m-leaders-to-meet-at-asia-iot-business-platform-9553/

Billion’s M2M Fleet Management and Outdoor 4G LTE solutions were presented at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2015

TaiwanYour Communication News — The GSMA’s largest-ever mobile industry event, Mobile World Congress Shanghai (MWC), attracted more than 35,000 attendees, exhibitors, speakers, and press/analysts from all over the world. During the event, Billion’s outdoor fixed wireless 4G LTE CPE equipment, fleet tracking and in-vehicle telematics system were showcased by Sierra Wireless, who has announced Billion to become its official partner in Asia.

http://www.yourcommunicationnews.com/billion’s+m2m+fleet+management+and+outdoor+4g+lte+solutions+were+presented+at+mobile+world+congress+shanghai+2015_119133.html

Oberthur Forms Strategic Iot Partnership In UAE

UAEPYMNTS — Oberthur, the digital security firm focused on mobile, and Etisalat Group, a telecom provider based in the UAE, are extending their collaboration to bring machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) services to the Middle East, Asia and Africa. The companies said in a Wednesday (July 22) statement that the push in the M2M and IoT realms will look to more fully engage enterprise customers and bring those services beyond connectivity.

http://www.pymnts.com/news/2015/oberthur-forms-strategic-iot-partnership-in-uae/#.VbEPPSqqpBc

Taiwan Billion Electric eyes Indonesia’s smart tech market

IndonesiaDeal Street Asia — Billion Electric Co Ltd, a global ICT solution and networking CPE provider from Taiwan, plans to enter the market for broadband infrastructure in Indonesia, the company said in a statement. The company will be launching its comprehensive portfolios of mobile and broadband networking (xDSL, Fiber, 3G/4G LTE, M2M) equipment in the country.

http://www.dealstreetasia.com/stories/taiwan-billion-electric-eyes-indonesias-smart-tech-market-9476/

Telcos hold the security advantage in IoT game

APACTelecom Asia — The Internet of Things (IoT) and M2M have become hot topics in ICT industries touching most if not all vertical industries, with a wide variety of devices and objects to be connected, and large numbers of devices and connections forecasted by leading industry players and research firms. Analysys Mason forecasts the number of revenue-generating M2M connections to reach 3.4 billion worldwide in 2024, with APAC contributing 1.8 billion.

http://www.telecomasia.net/content/telcos-hold-security-advantage-iot-game

Billion Electric Brings DSL, 3G/4G LTE, and M2M to Support the Indonesia’s National Broadband Expansion Plans

TaiwanBusiness Wire — Billion, based in Taiwan, was founded in 1973 as a leading provider of B2B networking solutions and Smart City technologies in Asia Pacific. Since 1992, Billion has invested in the development of advanced networking equipment and Internet access devices for home, telecommuters, and SME users. Billion manufactures, designs, and distributes its wholly owned, award-winning networking equipment to partners based in Europe, America, Middle East, Africa, and APAC.

http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20150721006756/en/Billion-Electric-Brings-DSL-3G4G-LTE-M2M#.Va87USqqqko

Huawei Advances LTE-M for IoT in China

ChinaLight Reading — Huawei is teaming up with China Unicom Shanghai and China Unicom Research Institute to advance work on LTE-M, the low-power, slower-speed version of 4G — or 4.5G as it calls it — that is slated to power machine-to-machine (M2M) communications of the future. Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. said Monday that the trio has begun collaborating on a cellular Internet of Things (IoT) pilot based on LTE-Machine to Machine (LTE-M) in Shanghai.

http://www.lightreading.com/iot/m2m-platforms/huawei-advances-lte-m-for-iot-in-china/d/d-id/716985

Etisalat to launch region’s first IoT app platform

UAETrade Arabia — Etisalat Group, one of the leading telecommunications operators in Middle East, Africa and Asia, is to launch the region’s first Internet of Things (IoT) application development and device management platform. Etisalat will be working with Oberthur Technologies (OT) and ThingWorx, a PTC Business, both global industry leaders in the field of IoT solutions, to build and manage the platform as Etisalat’s partners.

http://www.tradearabia.com/news/IT_286087.html

M2M Tips – Deploying Cellular IoT Devices in Australia

AustraliaIoT Evolution World — Over the past 15 years, the team at M2M Connectivity & M2M One have coached, consulted, celebrated and at times commiserated with thousands of hopeful developers trying to make their mark on the M2M and IoT landscape in Australia. This series of blog posts is designed to pass on some M2M 101 style tips to developers looking to get into the space.

http://www.iotevolutionworld.com/m2m/articles/406341-m2m-tips-deploying-cellular-iot-devices-australia.htm

NTT Docomo selects Gemalto for IoT applications

JapanMachine to Machine Magazine — Gemalto, the world leader in digital security, announces that NTT Docomo, the largest mobile operator in Japan with about 65 million subscribers, has selected Gemalto to enable connectivity for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Gemalto’s Cinterion® Machine Identification Module (MIM) complies with the most stringent industry standards1 and was first to meet the high quality requirements of the Japanese market.

http://www.machinetomachinemagazine.com/2015/07/02/ntt-docomo-selects-gemalto-for-iot-applications-in-japan/

One Fifth of New Cellular M2M Connections Will be in Asia by 2019

APACIoT Evolution World — In an announcement made June 29, Juniper Research reported that it expects the Far East and China region to account for 22 percent of all global cellular M2M connections by 2019, which is a substantial increase from 2014, when it was at 15 percent. The new research, called “M2M & Embedded Devices: Strategic Analysis and Vertical Market Forecasts 2015-2019,” found that concerted efforts by China’s major carriers, particularly in smart metering and connected cars, will account for the rise of connected devices in China.

http://www.iotevolutionworld.com/m2m/articles/405850-one-fifth-new-cellular-m2m-connections-will-be.htm

Australia’s smart energy and M2M research report 2015 published by leading research firm

AustraliaDevelopments in M2M set to speed up smart grid deploymentsBy making the electricity grid ‘intelligent’ and adding telecoms to it, the power will eventually move away from the electricity companies and be directed towards the customers, who will be able to control their energy consumption through sensors, M2M devices, and the internet of things (IoT). Europe and North America are rated as the most advanced adopters of smart grid and smart metering technology, but the market is expected to shift increasingly towards Asia and the developing world.

http://www.whatech.com/green-technology/67684-australia-s-smart-energy-and-m2m-research-report-2015-published-by-leading-research-firm

Sierra Wireless Expands R&D and Business Operations in Hong Kong Science Park

Hong KongHONG KONG – Canada-based Sierra Wireless, a world leader in the internet of things (IoT) and maker of cellular wireless solutions for M2M, has expanded its R&D facilities and business operations in the Hong Kong Science Park to support its fast-growing products and solutions business. Sierra Wireless has been a key partner company of the Information and Communications Technology Cluster of Hong Kong Science Park for ten years. The latest expansion is a major step forward which attests to the close relationship between the two corporations.

http://prnw.cbe.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/sierra-wireless-expands-rd-and-business-operations-in-hong-kong-science-park.html

Telstra wins $23m Komatsu deal extension

AustraliaTelstra has won an extension to a 15-year-partnership with mining equipment manufacturer Komatsu, signing a three-year extension valued at $23 million. Under the deal, Telstra will continue to provide voice, data and mobile services as well as machine-to-machine and cloud services to the company. The telco will help Komatsu extend a recent trial of M2M technology, which Komatsu said had allowed the company to remotely download performance diagnostic data from more than 700 pieces of Komatsu equipment on mine sites without human interaction.

http://www.itnews.com.au/News/404710,telstra-wins-23m-komatsu-deal-extension.aspx

Department Of Telecom May Come Out With Policy Structure On M2M Tech This Fiscal

NEW DELHI: The Department of Telecom is likely to come out with a policy structure on machine-to- machine technology by the end of this fiscal. “We are working on the policy side of M2M technology for the past eight months and it is likely to come out within this financial year,” a source in DoT said. The source added that the Telecommunication Engineering Centre ,an unit of DoT, is working on framing the standards for M2M communications, or Internet of things, but its not certain by when the final standards will be out.

http://www.siliconindia.com/news/technology/Department-Of-Telecom-May-Come-Out-With-Policy-Structure-On-M2M-Tech-This-Fiscal-nid-171397-cid-2.html

BBS Group, Singapore Selects EnVerv’s Powerline Communications SoC for its PRIME & G3-PLC Based Metator Smart Meters

BBS Group and EnVerv, Inc. announced today their collaboration on a range of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) products. The Metator Smart Meter family covers applications for residential, commercial and industrial AMI metering in which EnVerv’s EV8010 Power-Line Communications (PLC) modem will be employed as the communication platform. “We selected EnVerv as our AMI technology solution due to the superior performance of EnVerv’s modems under challenging network conditions and the fact that EnVerv offered the highest density and the lowest bill of material for its external circuitry”, said Behrouz Gholamrezaey, Chairman and CEO at the BBS Group.

http://www.sys-con.com/node/3115968

China Leads Global Connected Living Market With Over 50 Million M2M Connections, Finds New GSMA Report

China is the global leader in the adoption of M2M technology with over 50 million connections or more than one quarter of the total M2M market in 2013, according to “How China is Set for Global M2M Leadership”, a new report issued today by the GSMA. Close collaboration between the country’s leading mobile operators China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom, state-owned enterprises and the government has enabled the market to grow dramatically in a relatively short period of time, laying the foundations for further expansion and the development of the Internet of Things (IoT).

http://www.sys-con.com/node/3101768