Amdocs M2M Solution

| March 1, 2016

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Almost every major service provider has dedicated M2M business focusing on quickly monetizing M2M opportunities, and it is clear that these units require a unique solution. Since the majority of new M2M devices and connected consumer electronics will be provided via a B2B model, the immediate need is for service providers to provide an enablement platform for M2M partners and resellers rather than to sell, bill for, and support each new service via traditional retail channels.

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