PRN: 'With a Global Market Value of Over $66 Billion by 2016 the Time for M2M Opportunities is Now' Says Latest Visiongain Report

"With a Global Market Value of Over $66 Billion by 2016 the Time for M2M Opportunities is Now" Says Latest Visiongain Report [03-August-2011] LONDON, August 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Visiongain's latest report examines machine to machine (M2M) technology and reveals its potential to transform the wireless value chain.

Persone Sara Peerun, About Visiongain Visiongain, Will Increase, August
Luoghi Europa, Londra, Regno Unito
Organizzazioni Connected Solutions, Metrik Solutions, POS 3.2 Tyntec, BlueLink Telematics, Alleanza Nazionale, Vodafone, Hyundai, Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications, AT&T
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'With a Global Market Value of Over $66 Billion by 2016 the Time for M2M Opportunities is Now' Says Latest Visiongain Report


LONDON, August 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

Visiongain's latest report examines machine to machine (M2M) technology and reveals its potential to transform the wireless value chain. This timely report is entitled M2M: Opportunities and Challenges with Connected Devices. Visiongain's latest research shows that there will be over 850 Million M2M connections by 2016. M2M is poised to become an integral part of modern life with a pervasive potential use in a vast number of industries - with an equally vast number of services and applications to monetise. As telecoms operators struggle to gain market share in a time of subscriber saturation, M2M represents an opportunity to transform revenue streams, ARPU and the telecoms landscape.

For enterprise users, this report details how M2M will become an invaluable tool for increasing efficient work processes and further to that decrease OpEx and CapEx. At a time when successful M2M use is in its infancy this timely report will allow for the creation of a swift and successful strategy to join the M2M Ecosystem.

For potential Ecosystem members whose concerns focus on the inevitable changes to the telecoms and IT landscape provided by LTE, 4G, IPv6, this report has analysed, and considered these potential risks. The results will allow the reader to carefully consider their potential M2M strategy using the invaluable breadth of knowledge and statistics that this report provides.

M2M is already being successfully utilised in several industries, with impressive results. This report takes these successful business plans and reveals a paradigm that can be adapted for further success. With other industries as diverse as automotive and e-health, M2M ecosystem members are poised for transformative change by 2016. This report details how smart services, smart metering and the connected home promise a future of eco-friendly energy use, technologically advanced living spaces and connectivity. M2M seeks to improve the life of subscribers, the success of enterprises and the operations of service providers, this report tells you how.

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary
E1. Growing Uses for M2M
E2. M2M to Become Ubiquitous
E3. M2M for Enterprise
E4. LTE and M2M Uptake
E5. Points Emerged from this Research

1. Introduction - What is M2M?
1.1 M2M History and Recent Developments
1.2 The Impact of Cloud Computing on M2M
1.3 M2M Entering Rapid Growth Phase
1.4 Aim of the Report
1.5 Questions Answered by this Report
1.6 Structure of the report
1.7 Methodology

2. Current M2M Market and Business Models
2.1 Network concerns for M2M
2.1.1 Requirements to Solve M2M Deployment Issues Secure Data GPRS / SMS / CDMA / LTE Two-Way Communication Support for More than One Communication Type Availability Costs Toolsets Billing
2.2 M2M Business Case
2.2.1 Smart Services for M2M Smart Service Business Plan for OEMs
2.3 M2M in the Future
2.3.1 Systems Awareness
2.3.2 Business Case for Systems Awareness
2.3.3 M2M Platform Requirements and Opportunities
2.4 e-Book Readers - An M2M Success Story
2.4.1 e-Book Readers by Region
2.4.2 e-Book Readers by vendor
2.4.3 eBook Sales
2.4.4 eBook Reader - an M2M Business Model
2.5 Opportunities with M2M
2.5.1 e-health CardioNet Smart Bandaids Public Health Personal Health
2.5.2 Smart Grid
2.5.3 Connected Appliances Microchip
2.5.4 Why Operators Need the Connected Home What is the Connected Home? Home Area Networks
2.6 Internet Protocol Version 6 - IPV6
2.6.1 Potential Impact of IPv6 on M2M
2.6.2 Successful M2M migration to IPv6
2.6.3 IPv6 to benefit M2M
2.7 M2M Standards and Standards Bodies
2.8 M2M Applications
2.8.1 After-Market M2M Applications
2.8.2 Regulatory M2M Applications
2.8.3 OEM Based M2M Applications
2.8.4 M2M Application Summary

3. Key M2M Providers
3.1 nPhase
3.1.1 nPhase M2M Service Delivery Platform Industries served by nPhase Wireless Health Car Industry and Telematics Smart Energy and Utilities Consumer Products Retail/ATM/POS
3.2 Tyntec
3.2.1 Tyntec Offerings Mobile Outbound SMS Mobile Inbound SMS 2-Way SMS Number Lookup Mobile Authentication Mobile Ticketing Online SMS Portal
3.3 Orange and Deutsche Telekom
3.3.1 M2M for Wi-Fi
3.3.2 Everything Everywhere
3.3.3 TeliaSonera
3.4 Nokia Siemens Network and M2M
3.4.1 Metrik Solutions iMETRIK iMetrik-COLLECT iMetrik-COVER iMetrik-PROTECT
3.5 M2M in the LTE Era
3.5.1 Switching from GSM to LTE
3.5.2 Impact of Switch from GSM to LTE on M2M
3.5.3 Future Proofing M2M
3.6 Verizon Wireless
3.6.1 4Home and Connected Solutions 4Home Control Home Management 4Home Energy Analysis and Management 4Home Security and Monitoring LTE and the Connected Home
3.7 AT&T
3.7.1 Axeda
3.7.2 ILS Technology
3.7.3 SensorLogic
3.7.4 Sierra Wireless
3.7.5 AT&T Connected Devices
3.8 NTT DoCoMo
3.8.1 NTT DoCoMo and Telematics
3.9 Vodafone
3.9.1 The Vodafone M2M offering
3.9.2 The Vodafone M2M Offering - Key Features
3.9.3 Global Strategy with Vodafone and Bosch
3.9.4 Telematics Initiative with Vodafone and Hyundai BlueLink Telematics from Hyundai Issues with BlueLink
3.9.5 Vodafone and Intel Partnership to Drive M2M M2M Smart Services Developer Kit Intel and M2M
3.10 M2M Company Directory

4. M2M Market Forecasts
4.1 Connected Devices
4.2 M2M Market Value
4.3 M2M Connections by Region 2010
4.4 M2M Connections by Region 2016
4.5 M2M Connections by Operator 2010
4.6 Connected Devices - Revenue Breakdown
4.7 GSM Subscriptions for M2M

5. M2M Conclusions and Recommendations
5.1 M2M Drivers
5.1.1 Network Coverage
5.1.2 Telematics and Telemetry Increasing Efficiency
5.1.3 M2M for Market Segmentation
5.1.4 Service Providers Need to Expand Offerings
5.1.5 Telematics initiatives
5.1.6 IPv6 Will Increase M2M Opportunities
5.1.7 M2M Creating Scope for Development of New Applications
5.2 M2M Barriers
5.2.1 M2M a mystery to consumers?
5.2.2 Difficulties for Developers
5.2.3 M2M Solutions Too Expensive?
5.2.4 Limited 3G Infrastructure Stunting Global Growth?
5.2.5 Technical Problems in Realising M2M
5.3 Recommendations for Service Providers
5.4 Recommendations for MVNOs
5.5 Recommendations for Application Developers
5.6 SWOT Analysis for Operators

About Visiongain

Visiongain is one of the fastest growing and most innovative independent media companies in Europe. Based in London, UK, visiongain produces a host of business-2-business conferences, newsletters, management reports and e-zines focusing on the Telecoms, Energy, Pharmaceutical, Defence, Materials sectors.

Visiongain publishes reports produced by its in-house analysts, who are qualified experts in their field. Visiongain has firmly established itself as the first port-of-call for the business professional, who needs independent, high quality, original material to rely and depend on.

Notes for Editors

If you are interested in a more detailed overview of this report, please send an e-mail to or call her on +44(0)207-336-6100

Or contact:
Sara Peerun
Tel: +44(0)20-7336-6100

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