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Machine-to-machine communication is running red hot and New Zealand full of things that need connecting to the internet. Which explains why Telecom NZ’s Gen-i division has picked up M2M cloud technology from Jasper Wireless.Machine-to-machine communication is running red hot and New Zealand full of things that need connecting to the internet. Which explains why Telecom NZ’s Gen-i division has picked up M2M cloud technology from Jasper Wireless.
Gen-i mobility head Dave Shennan says the technology will help clients use big data by “enabling them to simultaneously monitor and manage multiple devices in any location to provide real-time information that they can use to create a competitive edge”.
He says the technology supports flexible business models and operational process automation. It handles custom device provisioning, instant activation, real-time diagnostics along with detailed billing and usage reports.
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