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Effective dual-mode M2M applications

High-bandwidth and high-speed data transfer are required when it comes to M2M applications. In effect, most M2M applications in the automotive and energy sectors require high-bandwidth and high-speed for efficient functioning. 
Across the world, Network operators have started deploying the supporting infrastructure in many geographies to provide effective dual-mode M2M applications. 
For instance, the deployment of 4G LTE network infrastructure is less expensive compared to that of older cellular technologies. LTE can be deployed in the already existing 2G/3G bands and in new bands. For example, 2.6 GHz or digital dividend spectrum (700/800 MHz) for a greater geographical coverage and improved in-building performance.
Then, one can observe that, 2.6 GHz is the most preferred capacity band in most regions.

The real impact of Mobile M2M Module technology in our ever-connected age

We live now in an ever-connected digital world where data flow increase at the rapid pace, and where high speed and high-bandwidth are indispensable when it comes to sharing real-time information, access to real-time streaming analytics, process real-time data and more.
Connected devices including tablets, wearables, smartphones to name a few are now intelligently connected to each other through advanced M2M modules, smart sensors, and software.
The combination of cellular networks and M2M technology is enabling data flow at high speed, and improving speed and accuracy of real-time information without the need for human intervention. For those who are unfamiliar, Telecommunication operators play a vital role in providing services at high speed to consumers by deploying advanced wireless technologies such as 3G and 4G/LTE. 
Technavio’s ICT analysts predict that, the global mobile M2M module market is expected to grow at a staggering CAGR of over 21% by 2020.