What is M2M?

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It can mean either Model to Model or Machine to Machine communications.  I don't know too much about Model to Model, other than I think it is a variation on Machine to Machine, but if that's what you are asking about, perhaps this link is helpful:



If you are talking about Machine to Machine, that is communication between different machines over a network.  Basically, the integration of technology.  Wikipedia gives you a basic overview.  



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Here's a site devoted to M2M (machine to machine) issues:


"Community for machine-to-machine, embedded wireless, and connected consumer devices developme"

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