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Ericsson to power Volvo’s Connected Car with Cloud

Ericsson to power Volvo’s Connected Car with Cloud | M2M NEWS | Scoop.it
  Connected Car services come to market with Volvo Car Group and Ericsson Dec 17, 2012 Categories: Press Releases Download: Connected Vehicle Cloud based on Ericsson’s Multiservice Delivery Platform will ...
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Smart Cities - Today’s Difference; Tomorrow’s Ideas - by Rob Parkes of Alcatel-Lucent | M2M Magazine

Smart Cities - Today’s Difference; Tomorrow’s Ideas - by Rob Parkes of Alcatel-Lucent | M2M Magazine | M2M NEWS | Scoop.it

Smart Cities - Today’s Difference; Tomorrow’s Ideas - by Rob Parkes of Alcatel-Lucent (fastest broadband in the US - what are the implications on this city?


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Global telehealth revenues to grow 55% in 2013

Global telehealth revenues to grow 55% in 2013 | M2M NEWS | Scoop.it
 
From 2010 to 2011 usage of remote patient monitoring, or telehealth, increased by 22.2 percent as the number of patients enrolled worldwide reached 241,200.
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Hyundai, Broadcom Power Next-Gen Connected Car | M2M Magazine

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Broadcom Corporation (NASDAQ: BRCM), a global innovation leader in semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications, today announced a joint development agreement with Hyundai Motor to power the next-generation connected car. The collaboration will integrate infotainment, telematics and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) features such as surround view parking and lane departure warning into Hyundai vehicles. Together, the companies aim to deliver robust features and faster connectivity to a broader number of drivers. Visit www.broadcom.com to learn more.

 

Based on Broadcom’s BroadR-Reach® Ethernet technology, the single high-bandwidth in-vehicle network will deliver cost-effective, lightweight 100Mbps connectivity to advance integration of safety applications in the vehicle. Broadcom will showcase the technology at SAE Convergence in Detroit, October 16-17.

 

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