The Annual M2M 100 Named by M2M Magazine

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Carol Stream, Ill. – Nov. 20, 2008 – Today, M2M magazine revealed the companies named to the 2009 M2M 100. Published for the fifth time, this annual directory recognizes the leading technology providers in the machine-to-machine industry.

 

Acting as a snapshot of the companies currently leading the way in the machine-to-machine technology marketplace, the M2M 100 provides key insight into the M2M industry and how it appears today.

The 2009 M2M 100 provides evidence that the M2M marketplace is beginning to stabilize and thrive in its environment. This year 87 companies remained on the list from the previous year, up from 79 companies in 2008. This remarkable retention rate also couples with a five-year low in M&As (merger and acquisitions). The height of M&A activity was in 2006 when 32 mergers and acquisitions were announced, while the industry saw that number cut in half with just 16 occurring in 2008.

 

“The M2M 100 gives industry stakeholders a look at what companies are providing the best-of-the-best of what machine-to-machine technology has to offer,” said Mike Carrozzo, chief editor of M2M. “These are the companies that provide the cutting-edge technology that’s enhancing the practices of businesses in which M2M is deployed.”

 

The M2M 100 is compiled from a list of more than 300 companies gathered from various sources. The editorial team at M2M magazine, along with its editorial advisory board, researches and analyzes the collected data, deciding which 100 companies will be named. Some of the criteria for selection include strength and number of customer references; establishment in the market; growth potential; and active involvement in and support for the M2M community.

 

The companies listed on the M2M 100 this year are as follows:


Accenture Ltd.

Aeris Communications Inc.

Airbiquity

Arcom

Astrata Group

AT&T Inc.

Atos Origin SA

Augusta Systems Inc.

AVIDwireless

Axeda Corp.

BlueTree Wireless Data Inc.

CalAmp Corp.

CETECOM Inc.

Cinterion Wireless Modules

Comtech M2M Ltd.

Comtrol Corp.

Connect One Semiconductors Inc.

Coronis Systems Inc.

CriticalWireless Corp.

Crossbow Technology Inc.

CrossBridge Solutions

DataOnline LLC

DataRemote Inc.

Digi Intl. Inc.

DPAC Technologies Inc.

Dust Networks Inc.

Echelon Corp.

eDevice

ei3 Corp.

Eka Systems Inc.

Ember Corp.

EMRT

Enfora Inc.

Esprida Corp.

General Electric Co.

GreenPeak Technologies

Hetrogenous Inc.

Honeywell Intl. Inc.

IBM Corp.

iMetrik Solutions Inc.

Iridium Satellite LLC

Itron Inc.

Janus Remote Communications

Jasper Wireless Inc.

KORE Telematics

Kyocera Wireless Corp.

Laird Technologies Inc.

Lantronix Inc.

M2M Data Corporation

MeshNetics

Millennial Net Inc.

Mobile Electron

Moblize, AKM Enterprise Inc.

The Morey Corp.

Motorola Inc.

Moxa Inc.

Multi-Tech Systems Inc.

MWA Intelligence Inc.

NexAira Inc.

Numerex Corp.

Omnilink Systems Inc.

Orange SA

Orbcomm Inc.

Pedigree Technologies

Perle Systems Inc.

Precidia Technologies

Qualcomm Inc.

Questra Corp.

RACO Wireless

RF Code Inc.

RF Monolithics Inc.

Rogers Business Solutions

Savi Technology Inc.

Sena Technologies Inc.

Sensicast Systems Inc.

Sensorlogic

7Layers Inc.

Sierra Wireless Inc.

SIMCom Ltd.

Simple Com Tools LLC

SkyTel

Sprint Nextel Corp.

Telefónica O2

Telenor

Telit Wireless Solutions Inc.

Telular Corp.

Telus Mobility

Tendril Networks Inc.

Texas Instruments Inc.

T-Mobile USA Inc.

Tridium

V2Com

Verizon Wireless

Vianet Group PLC

Vodafone Group PLC

Wavecom SA

WebTech Wireless Inc.

WinSystems Inc.

Wyless Group

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“As we witness the stabilization of the M2M space, we are experiencing the powerful impact of machine-to-machine technology across the globe,” said Peggy Smedley, editorial director of M2M magazine. “The companies appearing on the M2M 100 this year represent the foundation of the M2M community, demonstrating how this industry is truly taking shape.”

 

To view full company listings and receive your copy of the 2009 M2M Sourcebook, please visit www.specialtypub.com/m2m/sourcebook/subscribe.asp to place an order.

To learn more about these companies and their customers, please join us at M2M Connected World in June 2009. Click here to visit the conference Website.

 

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