M2M or Machine to Machine is another term for the IoT or Internet of Things. This is a technology that let's devices and machines connect and exchange information. They connect using wireline, wireless and Wi-Fi networks.
"Currently we see M2M or IoT in the health care and medical area, automotive, retail, industrial and of course the consumer space and it is starting to grow rapidly. This technology will spread to other industries and sectors going forward. I think wireline, wireless and Wi-Fi will continue to grow as the way these connect," says Wireless Analyst
"Consider automotive," says Kagan. "People are out driving around and not stationary near a Wi-Fi hot spot or a wire line connection. That means automotive would be better using a wireless or cellular network for access. There are many times where users are simply not around a Wi-Fi connection, but wireless is everywhere. There will be many industries joining this M2M or IoT revolution in the next decade and they appreciate having the choice."
"Companies like AT&T,
"This growing space will be good news for many companies including certain chip makers and gear makers. Besides AT&T,
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