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M2M technology is on a fast-track growth curve to billions of devices by 2020 — according to multiple industry forecasts — but what will it take for the industry to reach that milestone? This will be the topic at the 2011 Connected World Conference starting June 15, 2011 where industry partners are converging to discuss opportunities and solutions to M2M challenges.


Together with other M2M solution providers, Intel (Booth #111, 113 just to the right as you come in the main door) is showcasing how its technology provides a foundation, available as a reference design for smart services development. Stop by Intel’s booth to see live ‘smart building’ demonstrations which translate simple workflows into cloud-based communications between devices. Another demonstration features customer applications where video and sensor data is streamed over 3G.


Understanding that schedules are tight at this show, you may want to prioritize one or more of the below:


Keynote Panel: Following the keynote address on Wednesday there is a panel discussion, with Intel’s Kevin Johnson, director of embedded connected devices, Embedded & Communications Group about “Dispelling the M2M Myth,”




Award dinner: On Wednesday night, the Value Chain Awards Gala will honor the most successful corporate adopters of M2M technology and connected devices, as well as the solution providers that made their success possible. This is a formal event. Separate registration required.


Educational session: Thursday morning at 9:35 a.m. is the ‘Enabling Connected Mobility’ session put on by Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent. Main topics of discussion will focus on the benefits of a networked society.


Follow @IntelEmbedded on Twitter during the show for updates, and read the conference newsletter for highlights on M2M news. If you're in Chicago next week, look me up. What are you most looking forward to at the Connected World Conference?


Robert H


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