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30 December 2014
Today Machina Research published a Strategy Report looking at the thorny subject of Service Level Agreements in M2M and IoT. For much of the industry SLAs have received scant attention, with the focus being on relatively easily controlled and managed parameters that do little to guarantee quality of service for ...
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11 December 2014
According to a recently published study by Onalytica, Machina Research is ranked the 16th most influential brand in Machine-to-Machine, and the highest placed analyst firm. Founder & CEO Matt Hatton was named as 11th most influential individual. For further details, see the Onalytica website.
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10 December 2014
There are a number of key regulatory issues that have the potential to affect the growth of the Internet of Things. The uncertainty over 'permanent roaming' rules that are challenging some operators in Brazil will likely spread to other countries. In Europe the new EU General Data Protection regulation places ...
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05 December 2014
In terms of M2M and IoT regulation, Brazil is probably the country that has attracted the most attention. It has been something of a test case for issues relating to permanent roaming, and its change in taxation policy has made a substantial change to the market. As a result, understanding ...
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05 December 2014
Machina Research's Jim Morrish was out in India this week delivering the annual Pinkerton Lecture for the IET on the impact of the Internet of Things. While there he spoke with the Times of India. The interview is available here.
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