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February 24, 2012
NEC Corporation is a provider of solutions for the integration of IT and network technologies and its solutions and services cover a broad range of sectors including cloud, desktop virtualization, broadcasting, education, ERP, healthcare, outsourcing and more. The company is now working to build a new social infrastructure that merges differing industrial and business sectors through M2M networking.
NEC stated that it aims to create vast pool of knowledge to gather the knowledge and expertise of the world by building a world in which users can connect to every device anytime and anywhere and by collecting and accumulating diverse information. And its partnership with Transatel is a great opportunity to mutually extend its focus on M2M business capabilities for international enterprises, including Japanese businesses in the manufacturing industry.
Transatel explained that it provides M2M managed services to mobile operators wishing to efficiently serve their customers. The company claims to be the first multi-country MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) and the first European MVNE (Mobile Virtual Network Enabler) / MVNA (Mobile Virtual Network Aggregator).
Using the strategic alliance, NEC will be able to leverage Transtel’s capabilities and enable customers to reach across a broad range of business verticals that can expand business through the use of M2M services in areas that include the construction, industrial, automotive and consumer electronics fields.
“NEC is a strong market leader and has successfully deployed M2M services across the globe by capitalizing on their expertise providing end-to-end services and applications to internationally minded enterprises. We are proud of NEC's recognition of Transatel's technological expertise with MVNO and M2M business as well as our European footprint. This partnership will enhance NEC's M2M services and enable it to deliver innovative end-to-end services and applications to businesses”, exclaimed Jacques Bonifay, CEO of Transatel, in a press release.
Edited by Rich Steeves