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#M2M in the connected home – Intel’s view

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The rich potential in consumer M2M markets is amply illustrated by Intel?s efforts to evangelise and develop the market.

You can see one example of their vision here . This is essential work ? while M2M is a great term, it?s not M2M that people will buy, it?s an application with clear and obvious benefits. It?s also not true that the market will be dominated by a handful of applications. The utility value test will mean that, if enough people find something useful, it will prosper and that will lead to a myriad of different applications, with users selecting what they need for their own lives and businesses.

GoS Networks Joins Intel Embedded Alliance

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GoS Networks has been admitted to the Intel Embedded Alliance: a community of communications and embedded developers and solution providers. Through the Intel Embedded Alliance, OEMs can obtain advanced solutions to help accelerate time to market for their designs. GoS Networks’ solutions are used in reference designs for M2M Gateway and Connected Services Gateway platforms, helping OEMs capitalise on growing market opportunity and demand for data aggregation and prioritisation in applications at the edge of the network. Find out more about how GoS Networks contributes to the Intel Embedded Alliance here.

GoS Networks at Next Generation Mobile Devices Summit

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GoS Networks will be supporting key partner Intel at the forthcoming Next Generation Mobile Devices Summit in London, from October 7th – 8th 2010. Full details of the event can be found at the official website. Intel is a Bronze sponsor of this key industry event.

Intel and GoS Networks will be showcasing a full reference design for an advanced M2M gateway, the M2M Open Service Platform. Experts from both Intel and GoS Networks will be attending and will be available to discuss key issues in emerging M2M applications. A full solution brief will be available from our website soon.