TMC and Crossfire Media Announce the Return of M2M Evolution Conference & Expo to Austin, Texas

By IoTevolutionworld News April 26, 2012

Conference Program to build off of the highly successful M2M Evolution Conference & Expo East

Norwalk, CT, April 26, 2012— TMC and Crossfire Media today announced that the M2M Evolution Conference & Expo will return to Austin, Texas. The machine-to-machine event will take place October 2-5, 2012 and will cover the hottest topics in the exploding world of M2M technology.  

According to M2M Evolution Analyst Partner, Compass Intelligence, the U.S. market for next -generation M2M solutions is expected to grow to over 120M connections by 2017.

M2M Evolution will explore the role of M2M technology in four main verticals: transportation, supply chain, proactive response and automotive. The conference will delve into ways that M2M technology helps the flow of information between millions of connected devices over a network. Discussions will focus on the role of applications, devices, sensors, embedded systems, role of the cloud and other relevant topics.

Sessions at M2M Evolution in Austin include:

  • Analyst Round Table
  • Increasing Importance of M2M in the Supply Chain
  • M2M From the Eye of Transportation
  • Domestic VS. International:  Challenges Posed by Geographic Boundaries
  • M2M, Rapid Action and The Business of Proactive Response Centers
  • Temperature, Cold Chain, The FDA And M2M: A New Ecosystem for Sensor-Based M2M Applications
  • Big Data – How to Create Efficient Use of Big Information Flows
  • To the Clouds: How the Cloud Plays a Role in M2M
  • The Balancing Act of Mobile Workforce Management – More than GPS
  • The Increasing Variety of M2M Enabled Devices
  • Sensors and Silicon in the Telematics Space
  • And more!

“We had 8,337 attendees visit the ITEXPO show floor and M2M Pavilion in Miami in February, and our conference attendance more than doubled from the last event, which we feel validates the quality of the content provided in the conference, and the depth and breadth of the solutions showcased on the exhibit floor,” said Carl Ford, co-founder of Crossfire Media. “As a result, we’re building on what worked in Miami. At M2M Evolution, our goal is to create a conference that brings together M2M technology with the business needs of the deploying enterprise.”

Sponsors of M2M Evolution include: FedEx, AT&T, Kore Telematics, RACO Wireless, CDMA Certification Forum, ThingWorx, Gurtam, and Mindtree. Associations endorsing the event include: ATIS, TAPA, NASCO and The WiMAX Forum. James Brehm, senior strategist and consultant at Compass Intelligence, LLC and Nikki Cuban, vice president of Sales and Marketing at OnAsset Intelligence, Inc. will be returning as co-chairs of the event.

Registration is open and early bird pricing is in effect. Additional information on M2M Evolution is available at

Organizations interested in partnering with M2M Evolution Conference & Expo can contact Sarah Fullilove at at 203-852-6800 x 285. 

Companies interested in sponsoring or exhibiting should contact Matthew Gleeson at or 203.852.6800 x 145.

About TMC:
TMC is celebrating its 40th anniversary as a global, integrated media company that helps clients build communities in print, in person, and online.  TMC publishes the Cloud Computing, Customer Interaction Solutions, INTERNET TELEPHONY, and Next Gen Mobility magazines.  TMC is the producer of ITEXPO, the world’s leading B2B communications event., which is read by two million unique visitors each month, is the leading source of news and articles for the communications and technology industries.  In addition, TMC runs multiple industry events including: Mobility Tech Conference & Expo; DevCon5; HTML5 Summit; Super Wi-Fi Summit and more. Visit TMC Events for a complete listing and further information.

About Crossfire Media:
Crossfire Media is an integrated marketing company with a core focus on future trends in technology. We service communities of interest with conferences, tradeshows, webinars, and newsletters and provide community websites with the latest information in our industries.

Edited by Jennifer Russell
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