Vodafone M2M changing the way we live and work

Marketing release: It´s been said that by the year 2020, over 50 billion ‘things’ will be communicating with one another*, generating information that will help us to better organise our lives, save power and cut costs. The ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) is an idea of a future where objects, machines ... Read More...

Insight Guide highlights the possibilities of M2M technology for the supply chain in manufacturing industry

Marketing Release – The recently published M2M Insight Guide by Vodafone highlights the possibilities of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology for optimising the supply chain in the manufacturing industry. M2M technology allows businesses to reduce intricacy and focus on creating in-depth business models. Through this, businesses can enable and communicate new services to ... Read More...

Machine-to-Machine solutions play a vital role in retail sector changes

Marketing Release - Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solutions are playing a vital role in retail sector changes, by helping businesses respond to challenges in real-time. Using M2M technology, businesses can improve efficiency in their daily operations and deliver a higher quality of service to customers. Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solutions provide businesses with real-time data ... Read More...

Vodafone report states three quarters of businesses to have M2M strategy implemented

Marketing Release - Vodafone states that within the space of three years, three quarters of businesses will have implemented an Machine-to-Machine (M2M) strategy for their external-facing projects. This statement is a part of the research conducted for Vodafone’s recently published report. Vodafone understands businesses’ current/future implementation of Machine-to-Machine strategies and with ... Read More...

Business ROI could increase with Machine-to-Machine communications

Marketing Release – ‘The ROI of a business could increase significantly’ states a new report published by Vodafone but only if the usage of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications is used more efficiently. Machine-to-Machine communications is moving from internal applications in warehouses to supply chains, as well as more customer-centric applications such as ... Read More...

Retail sector to see the expansion of Machine-to-Machine technology

Marketing release -Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology could revolutionise the retail sector by tracking consumer behaviour, states Vodafone. Retail business is no longer about the amount of products on shelves, but rather the customer experience. Vodafone believes that by 2016, 51% of businesses within the retail sector will be using Machine-to-Machine technology. 11546 ... Read More...

Integrated Remote Monitoring & Control Service increases competitive advantage states M2M whitepaper

A new M2M whitepaper published by Vodafone states that integrated Remote Monitoring & Control Service (RMCS) can help increase the competitive advantage of a business - saving an organisation time, enhancing its agility, and reducing costs. Vodafone’s integrated Remote Monitoring and Control Service combines hardware, a managed M2M connectivity service, and ... Read More...

Vodafone M2M launches security technology white paper for the security market

Vodafone M2M recently commissioned a white paper specifically aimed at manufacturers and distributors of security equipment (http://m2m.vodafone.com/securityindustryinsights) to address the step change in functionality enabled by Machine to Machine (M2M) communications in three security applications: alarm systems, CCTV and asset tracking. Security is an industry in flux. While in many cases ... Read More...