As well as information about the company, the telit2market magazine offers various market analyses such as an estimate by Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO of the firm of analysts Beecham Research Limited, which predicts that M2M will penetrate all areas of daily life in the near future. Rudi Leitner, founder of Metering International, reports on the importance of AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) for the energy management industry. The magazine also offers Telit customers, partners and distributors an ideal platform for showcasing their products and solutions to a wide audience. As a result, telit2market is facilitating global exchange on the various possible uses for Telit’s innovative M2M technology.

"We are delighted to be presenting another new edition of our magazine to readers on the M2M market," said Alexander Bufalino, Global VP Marketing Telit Communications PLC. "telit2market is unique in the industry and has become an indispensable source for the entire M2M community."

Unique product portfolio

Through a series of articles, Telit demonstrates why the company has succeeded in continuously expanding its market position in recent years. In the current edition, Telit unveils the latest extension to the GE product family: the smallest GSM/GPRS module available, the GE865. The magazine also focuses on Telit Infinita Services which include both Premium FOTA (Firmware Over The Air) Management with extended software warranties as well as an extended hardware warranty service to supplement the company’s existing portfolio of services. The magazine’s other highlights include a range of practical examples for the high-performance Telit modules, such as applications from the fields of automatic meter reading (AMR), fleet management, telematics, security or tracking and tracing.

Print and online version

58,000 copies of telit2market are published worldwide. To distribute the publication across the M2M world, Telit relies on respected media partners, such as trade magazines like "Wireless" and "Electronic Product News". The magazine can be ordered via a form on Telit’s website. telit2market is also available for the first time as a user-friendly e-book