Office in the heart of the Thames Valley strengthens European and global presence, building on unprecedented momentum
READING, UNITED KINGDOM – December 10, 2015 – Aeris, a pioneer and leader in the M2M and IoT market, today announced that it is in its third consecutive year of tripling business in the EMEA market. As a result of increased demand in the region, Aeris has expanded its European headquarters and has added dozens of new customers to further strengthen the company’s growing global expansion.
The Aeris value proposition and high quality of service is resonating with enterprises in Europe and beyond, finding that the full potential of the [...]
Mobile Value-added Service (VAS) applications represent a key aspect to the ongoing success of mobile network operators and everyone in the mobile communications value chain. With core services, such as bear voice and data communications becoming commodity offerings, wireless service providers are dependent on VAS applications to drive additional revenue and improved margins.
This research represents analysis of the MVAS markets, and applications. In addition, the report evaluates market opportunities for mobile VAS, markets, mobile commerce applications. It includes market opportunities and forecasting to 2020 for mobile VAS applications including worldwide mobile games [...]
Sensors are used in ICT for detection of changes in the physical and/or logical relationship of one object to another(s) and/or the environment. Physical changes may include temperature, light, pressure, sound, and motion. Logical changes include the presence/absence of an electronically traceable entity, location, and/or activity. Within an Internet of Things (IoT) context, physical and logical changes are equally important.
This report assesses the overall sensor marketplace for IoT, evaluates leading vendors, identifies key IoT functionality in support of sensors, and forecasts the market for sensor adoption and revenue. The report covers three key areas within the sensor [...]
The Fourth generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard for cellular communications represents a substantial leap forward in terms of capacity and services capabilities. However, it also presents a unique challenge as its all-IP nature exposes vulnerabilities that were heretofore not substantial concerns. LTE network planners need to address many physical and logical security aspects. For example, there is a critical need to protect the communication links between UEs, base stations, and the EPC network from protocol attacks and physical intrusions.
This research is highly recommended for anyone involved in LTE network planning, device procurement, and/or application [...]