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4.6 [2] Stakeholders of M2M Consolidation. Brian Daly – Member of ATIS Delegation (AT&T Director, Core Network & Government/Regulatory Standards) Meeting of Potential M2M Consolidation Partners #2 August 17-18, 2011 Washington, DC. M2MCons02_12. Stakeholders of M2M Consolidation.

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4.6 [2] Stakeholders of M2M Consolidation

Brian Daly – Member of ATIS Delegation(AT&T Director, Core Network & Government/Regulatory Standards)

Meeting of Potential M2M Consolidation Partners #2

August 17-18, 2011

Washington, DC

M2MCons02_12


Stakeholders of M2M Consolidation

  • Vertical market players

    • M2M has many diverse markets and players

    • Initial outreach should target at least stakeholders in these market segments:

      • Connected home

      • Connected car/telematics

      • mHealth

      • Smart Grid

  • Service Providers

But who are the “service providers” in an M2M ecosystem?


Service Provider Stakeholders

  • Traditional “telcos” and ISPs

    • Provide access/connectivity and basic transport

    • May provide adaptation layer in the network to support service requests from higher layers

  • M2M “application providers”

    • These are the vertical market segments providing the end to end applications

    • These are not necessarily the traditional telcos/ISP/etc.

  • New “service layer providers”

    • This is the layer being defined by the M2M Global Harmonization Initiative

    • New provider of services between the application layer and transport

      • Provide set of services to allow M2M applications to run efficiently

      • Could be run on IMS-based “Application Servers” for example, or in a traditional IP environment, could be new elements in the service layer architecture

Need to look at “service providers” differently in an M2M ecosystem


Stakeholders of M2M Consolidation

  • SDOs

    • Traditional “telecom” or ICT

    • Vertical segment SDOs

      • Some vertical segments have accredited SDOs established

    • “Non- service layer” SDOs should are not envisioned to be directly involved at the global level, but rather through liaison activities for the definition of appropriate APIs or adaptation layers

      • SDO/Fora that provide ancillary (to service layer) functions

        • E.g., IEEE, Bluetooth SIG, BBF, OMA, etc.


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