Verizon just announced plans for a whopping $621 million acquisition of leading machine-to-machine company, Hughes Telematics. Lifecomm has been developing a cellular-enabled mobile personal emergency response system (mPERS) offering.
The SureResponse online portal also enables users and their caregivers to store medical information, caregiver contacts, and physician information.


At this year’s CES event in Las Vegas this past January, Verizon unveiled plans to commercially launch a similar device and service called SureResponse, which is also a cellular-enabled mPERS device and service. The service also enables Verizon’s response team to track the device using GPS and subsequently dispatch medical personnel or connect users through to loved ones when needed or appropriate, The Verge reported.





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