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With over 18,000 OEMs, enterprise users, and apps developers as Adopter Members, IMC is the largest and fastest-growing trade association dedicated to the IoT/M2M sector.

 
PTC Joins IoT M2M Council to Expand Computing at the Network’s Edge
London (10 August 2016): PTC, provider of ThingWorx , one of the most widely deployed software platforms for networking remote devices in industrial applications known as the Internet of Things, has joined the trade association the IoT M2M Council, whose mission is to educate those deploying connected devices in the field.
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Ingenu joins IoT Trade Group to Expand Global Reach of LP-WAN
London (28 June 2016): Ingenu, a leader in delivering wireless connectivity to machines in the nascent technology sector known as the Internet of Things (IoT), has joined the trade association, the IoT M2M Council (IMC) to augment the footprint of its low-power, wide-area network and technology.
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Semtech Joins IoT M2M Council to Boost Business Cases with LoRaWAN Technology
London (21 June 2016): Semtech, a leading supplier of analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and provider of end-to-end solutions for low-power wide-area network (LP-WAN) connectivity known as LoRa, has joined the Board of Governors of the IoT M2M Council (IMC).
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SIGFOX NA Joins Fast-Growing IoT Trade Group to Educate Members on LPWA Connectivity
London (16 June 2016): SIGFOX North America, a leader in the field of dedicated connectivity for the Internet of Things, has joined the trade association the IoT M2M Council (IMC) as the group’s newest sustaining company and board member.
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Intel introduces Joule IoT development kit

At last week’s Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich introduced the Intel Joule compute module, a high-performance developer platform with support for Intel RealSense depth-sensing cameras.
 
Deutsche Telekom and SK Telecom extend 5G alliance
German and Korean operators Deutsche Telekom and SK Telecom have extended their 5G alliance to include several technology leaders and operators from USA, Asia and Europe to ensure that the communications standard will meet all needs including IoT.
 
Cisco to shed 5500 jobs as it concentrates on security and IoT

Cisco is to shed 5500 jobs worldwide as it focuses on priority areas such as security, IoT, collaboration, next generation data centres and the cloud. The figure represents around seven per cent of the company’s workforce.
 

Nokia helps M1 roll out NB-IoT network in Singapore

Singapore operator M1 and Nokia have announced a strategic partnership to roll out a nationwide commercial NB-IoT network during the first half of next year.

 


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The IMC offers a collection of in-depth case studies for IoT and M2M deployments, spanning the broadset possible range of verticle market applications and geographies. The Use Cases will include critical information concerning ROI, Total Cost of Ownership, enhanced revenue streams, and other tangible outcomes of deployments wherever possible, organized by vertical market categories. It is the considered opinion of the IMC Board that broader adoption of M2M technologies will be fostered by this kind of qualitative research, providing IoT and M2M Adopters with valuable lessons learned from real-life examples.

 


 The IMC is a trade organization for the machine-to-machine communications industry, and it brings a new approach - it will stant for M2M as its own global  industry - it will not see M2M through the narrow lens of a single product category, nor will it see M2M solely as applied to a single vertical industry. The IMC will strive to bring together M2M Solutions Providers and Adopters of M2M technology into a single membership organization.

 


 



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The IMC is now nominating industry executives of high standing for seats on its Connected Leadership Committee (CLC) – a steering/advisory committee of OEMs, enterprise users, and applications developers that deploy IoT solutions in the field. Just some of the benefits of having a seat on the CLC include… Free access to IMC events, and even a stipend of £1,000 GBP Sterling (ca. $1,500 USD) for accepted presentations and participation at those events. Comprehensive, quantitative research on the IoT sector, broken down by vertical markets. The chance to meet top industry solutions providers on the IMC Board of Governors, including AT&T, Intel, Deutsche Telekom, Telit, Wipro, and many more. Extensive global promotion for you (and your organization) as thought leaders in the industry.

 

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