|New Players, Partnerships, and Key Segments Will Grow Wireless M2M to $270 Billion by 2010|
Mobile Phone Carriers Slow to Seize Opportunity
DALLAS, Texas, June 21, 2005 The worldwide market for wireless machine-to-machine communications will grow from $24 billion in 2004 to an estimated $270 billion by 2010. "Go-To-Market" solutions built around single vendors, new players providing vertical packages, and the expanding and innovative deployments in the supply chain, retail, utilities, security and health customer sectors are the primary contributors to a forecasted 49% annual growth rate. These are some of the key findings from a new research report: Machine to Machine (M2M) - Strong Growth of Wireless M2M and Impact of RFID, now available from Alexander Resources, a leading research, consulting and education firm specializing in wireless communications.
This new market report provides an in-depth analysis of the M2M market, focusing on cellular technologies and RFID in Western Europe and the United States, along with analysis of the leading players strategies and developments taking place on the major vertical markets.
Additional conclusions from this report include:
Additional information on this new report can be found at: http://www.alexanderresources.com/reports.htm or by contacting Alexander Resources at Reports@AlexanderResources.com or calling us at 972-818-8225.
About Alexander Resources
Alexander Resources is a leading provider of strategic consulting, educational services, and research reports to the wireless communications industry. Founded in 1990, the companys clients include over 200 of the world's leading manufacturers and service providers of wireless communications networks, products, and services.
SOURCE: Alexander Resources
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