White Papers

Securing the Internet of Things/IOT

The complex nature of security and technology encompasses many factors. This white paper addresses security in the context of the rapidly growing market for the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. We will describe some factors to take into account when designing an IoT / M2M application that transmits data from a remote device and send control messages to it

Remote Patient Monitoring: How Device Manufacturing Can Increase Value & Improve Margins

This document describes the changing market conditions faced by manufacturers and distributors of remote patient monitoring devices. We will review the trends and the opportunities that technology and services offer in today's market.

The ABC’s of the M2M Switch

Machine-to-Machine (M2M) turns the wireless business model upside down.

Assessing the Value of Telemedicine Devices in Today’s Healthcare Landscape

Telemedicine presents tremendous potential to disrupt traditional healthcare delivery models and expand the reach of quality healthcare to the global population. The concept embodies the use of information technology and electronic communications to provide healthcare services to patients in disparate locations, and it is fast growing as a viable solution to challenges facing healthcare institutions, patients, and the wider healthcare industry. This white paper consistently uses the term “telemedicine” to imply similar meaning for terms such as “eHealth,” “telehealth,” and “telecare.”

Unlocking Your Business Value: Leveraging Java on Devices

The growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) opens up all types of service driven opportunities, delivering increased efficiencies, better customer value and improved quality of life. Realizing the full potential of the IoT requires that we change how we view and build devices which provide the core foundation of services.

Wireless IP for M2M / IOT Data – Best Practices

Since the introduction of wireless IP for M2M / IoT networks in 1995, communication and data transmission between and among machines is faster than ever before. More, it requires less power. This revelation has not only increased the speed of business, but also enabled the introduction of many new products and applications for M2M / IoT communication.

Report From Research Study: M2M Service Enablement Services

During 2011, Beecham Research conducted it's second research study on M2M Service Enablement. This report provides the detailed findings from that research.

Five Ways to Lower Your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for IOT/ M2M Deployments

Investing in IoT / M2M is one of the most important decisions your company can make, and understanding how you can make the most of your time and money is critical. When you plan and deploy IoT / M2M data applications properly, you achieve a measurable impact on increasing revenue and minimizing costs.

Fleet Management in the Americas

Commercial vehicle fleets play an essential role in the economy both in North and Latin America.  In North America, the number of fleet management systems in active use is forecasted to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.6 percent from 3.3 million units in 2012 to 6.8 million units by 2017.

Benefits of M2m Solutions for Medium Scale Industry

This study has produced an M2M Benefits Analysis that shows users and providers the opportunities inherent in M2M solutions and systematically presents the wide range of valid M2M benefits.

State of the Market: Internet of Things 2017

From farm to fork, food producers are collecting and leveraging data from tens of thousands of internet-connected sensors to better manage the quality, safety and distribution of their products worldwide.
Even the insurance industry has taken to the skies in a big way, with 70% of Fortune 500 property & casualty companies tapping network-connected drones to perform inspections and other claims-related work. It's no longer a question of if or when, but rather of just how deeply IoT will transform the industry going forward.

Setting up Wi-fi Infrastructure in a Medical Center

Reliable wireless communication in a hospital allows for real-time patient monitoring that can mean the difference between life and death. In addition to the medical uses, dependable Wi-Fi in hospitals can also affect the customer rating received after a patient is discharged.
In order to set up a reliable Wi-Fi network and reap the benefits that reliability brings, preparations must be performed by the IT manager. This white paper lists and explains the five required steps an IT manager must take when setting up Wi-Fi infrastructure in a medical center.