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AbstractCellular networks are best known for the cell phones that they serve, but they also support a far larger – yet often overlooked – user base: machines with embedded intelligence that permits them to exchange specific information with other machines. Referred to as telemetry or machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, these devices and services cater to vending machines, truck trailers and utility meters, to name just a few common applications. M2M has been and will remain a growth market because it gives enterprises, government agencies and others a powerful way to cut costs, streamline their operations and improve their competitive position through real-time data dissemination.
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