10 Signs That You’re Paying Too Much for Cellular M2M Service
This Industry Brief outlines the most common ways that cellular operators increase the cost for your M2M/IOT program each year and how you can avoid them.
Five Ways to Lower Your Total Cost of Ownership for M2M Deployments
Investing in M2M is one of the most important decisions your company can make, and understanding how you can make the most of you time and money is critical. When you plan and deploy M2M data applications properly, you achieve a measurable impact on increasing revenue and minimizing costs. This Industry Brief reviews the most costly issues for M2M applications, including rigid pricing models, perplexing troubleshooting process, faulty device deployments and more.
Five Things Traditional Carriers Don’t Want You to Know about M2M
As the Internet of Things proliferates, more and more companies will be using cellular technology to communicate with machines. And the cellular networks they use will make all the difference, especially when it comes to the bottom line. You have more choices for pricing, operations and maintenance than traditional carriers want you to know. Read this Industry Brief before you make you M2M purchasing decision.
Is GSM Right for Your M2M Program?
This industry brief outlines the advantages and benefits of GSM. It will help you identify if GSM is the right technology for your application and put you on track for deploying a M2M program with lowest possible cost of ownership.
Machine Bill of Rights
This industry brief outlines everything a machine needs to perform optimally for you and your customers.
Seven Things You Must Consider Before Deploying a Telehealth Device
When it comes to deploying telehealth devices, it’s not a one-size-fits-all model. Here is everything you need to know before you start deploying.
Total Cost of Ownership for M2M Deployments A Real-World Case Study
According to new data released by Aeris Communications, the cost of M2M services varies significantly among different vendors. This industry brief uses a real-world case study to examine areas of predictable cost and risk for M2M deployments, and finds that, over the entire lifecycle of an M2M deployment, customers’ total cost of ownership is significantly higher using traditional MNOs and MVNOs.