Vodafone adopts Cellular IoT technology for low-power M2M

Tuesday 24 February 2015 | 15:27 CET | News
Vodafone is adopting a new low-cost technology dedicated to connecting devices to the Internet of Things that have lower demands for power and bandwidth. The new technology, called the Cellular Internet of Things, will use Vodafone's existing global M2M network to provide a network access layer specifically designed for low-power applications, such as water meters or fire extinguishers. Customers will benefit from a range of connectivity services all managed through the Vodafone Global M2M Platform. Worldwide objects and devices requiring very low power consumption and a wide area connection

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