Gerry Purdy, Frost & Sullivan
Jim Cairns, Multitech
Alex Shneyderman, Motorola
What Makes Machine to Machine so pervasive? The answer is in the chips! This session gives an overview of sensors and processors that are associated with M2M technologies and how they are being deployed today.
10:00 -10 :45 am
The “2” between M&M
John Horn, T-Mobile
Mike Murphy, Clearwire
What machines are communicating and when does distance become the relevant part of deciding what technologies use, this session looks at Zigbee, SIP and other protocols to understand how the technology is being deployed.
11:00 -11 :45 am
It Don’t Mean A Thing…
Sid Harshavat, Symantec
Paul Bloom, IBM
Matthew Heitzenroder, Appush
Integration of the information from the Machines is the essential part of collecting the information. The role of the integration is often tied to the vertical back end of the systems and how it connects to the business processes associated with the company’s internal analysis.
The Complete picture of M2M Testing
Duane Wald, Multi-Tech
Dave Kresse, Mu Dynamics
Adam Flowler, Ixia
When it comes to M2M, we could say that a lot of what we do in testing
to begin with was an M2M strategy. Now the role of testing has
increased since much of M2M is designed to have its own criteria.
Case Studies in M2M
Robert Mazer, ACP
Sasha Ruditsky, Radvision
It takes an Ecosystem and here we look at how smart products and M2M will impact your experience personally. The discussion will center around a number of verticals and their impact on the day to day of our lives at home and with our health.
The Case for SIP in M2M
Alan Johnston, Consulting Member of Technical Staff at Avaya
M2M has suffered from a variety of proprietary solutions in the industry, but with the advent of energy requirements and wireless domination its time for SIP to lead the charge. This panel will discuss where SIP is being applied and what opportunities exist for SIP to reach beyond telecom.
Wednesday, January 20, 9:00am - 4:30pm
Includes access to the M2M Evolution workshop and meals on
Wed., Jan. 20, plus all keynotes, free workshops, networking
receptions, panel discussions, and unlimited exhibit hall access
Register before December 11, 2009 for early bird savings!
Early-Bird - $395 (through 12/11/09)
Standard - $495 (after 12/11/09)
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