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eDevice and oneM2M: Driving the Connected Healthcare Market to a Wider Standardization

oneM2M is the standards initiative for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT). In September, thirty major organizations and companies from the IoT sector came together in Sophia-Antipolis (France) to test their equipment and technologies against each other. ETSI and TTA co-hosted the event, backed by the European Commission.

With more than 200,000 connected medical devices currently in the field and a strong position as pioneer and worldwide leader of the connected healthcare market, eDevice was the key representative of the Telehealth industry participating in this first oneM2M Interoperability Test.


eDevice Reveals the 3G Version of WireX and a Brand New Website Dedicated to its Most Successful Product

It's a fact: the standard telephone network (PSTN) is rapidly declining and will affect millions of people in the next few years. The FCC is actively planning the PSTN sunset, which will start as early as 2015. Four years ago eDevice identified the need for a technology solution and created WireX, the world’s first PSTN-to-Cellular converter.

Today, we are proud to launch the 3G version of this widely used, internationally deployed solution already connecting tens of thousands devices worldwide.


With 100,000 connected patients and 50% growth in 2012, eDevice affirms its position as the medical devices connectivity leader

Through innovation, eDevice has become the leading provider of connectivity solutions for medical device companies, now connecting one hundred thousand devices across the globe. 

Bordeaux - France, May 2nd 2013 – A few years ago, it was considered a risky bet for an M2M (Machine-to-Machine) telecommunication company to heavily invest in new technology for the emerging Telehealth market. But with the combination of an aging population, an increasing number of chronically-ill patients, and a global need for improving the efficiency of national health systems, eHealth increasingly became one of the most promising markets for technology companies. With 50% growth in its global revenue for 2012, eDevice does not regret the decision to take this route (...)


eDevice Announces the HealthGO Monitor, Built on Freescale's Home Health Hub Reference Platform

HealthGO is the Industry’s First Fully Customizable Technology Platform for Remote Patient Monitoring

eDevice - Bordeaux, France - May 10th, 2012 - eDevice introduces HealthGO, a complete technology platform for Remote Patient Monitoring based on Freescale Semiconductor's Home Health Hub (HHH) reference platform.

HealthGO is a Remote Patient Monitoring technology platform designed for medical device and healthcare monitoring companies seeking to quickly roll‐out an end‐to‐end innovative, customized and reliable solution. HealthGO‐based telehealth solutions increase patient quality of life and (...)