M2MAcronym for Machine-to-Machine , M2M is the ability of machines, assets and devices to exchange data with people or company's management systems in need of the information. M2M is derived from telemetry technology and uses similar, but updated versions of those technologies. Today's cellular M2M technology uses field-deployed wireless device a wireless carrier network and a back-end server network. In some instances M2M is used to mean Machine-to-Man.
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