Hello Olga, I read in your blog a post entitled "M2M Test Equipment Will Be Needed & Soon" and I found it in line with our view. I'd like to have a short call/correspondance with you to exchange ideas and even investigate possible cooperation. Please feel free to contact me back at firstname.lastname@example.org, +972-523172020. Best Regards, Rubi Elbirt - VP Business Development and Sales, www.perytons.com
Olga,this piece of research on M2M market is very timely, as the new buzzword in industry is " Internet of Everything" being touted as the 20T$ opportunity and changing the face of Data & TeleCommunication both.There is a move to connect all devices among,between and to the cloud.So the requirement of T&M will be there for all layers of the OSI as well as the phases of the Deployment: ie Design,Production,Installation,Maintenance,Integration and After-Market.We need to see which "things" are likely to get connected in the next 2-3 years and derive the appropriate T&M products needed by the market.Vishnu Goel T&M +919810101238
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