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Mobile & Wireless

M2M Sim card market to reach 5 mln units by 2013 - study

Wednesday 6 October 2010 | 16:52 CET | News
The number of M2M SIM cards in use in Germany is forecast to grow to over 5 million by 2013, up from 2.3 million currently, according to a new study called 'The M2M Industry Map of Germany' from mobile network operator E-Plus. The study defines the current market applications of M2M communications - in the automotive, tracking & tracing, remote maintenance & control, metering, POS/payment, consumer electronics, healthcare and security sectors. The Tracking & Tracing sector is forecast to experience average annual growth of 30 percent over the next three years.

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