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May 17, 2012
M2M connectivity is the simple, inexpensive way to talk two-way with remote devices or sensors and let them communicate important data. Working as an overlay on cellular networks, both GPRS and 3G SIM-based private connectivity with Fixed IP now facilitates the advantages of wireless technology to make commerce more efficient.
Machines can now communicate for themselves, whether it’s stock control, wireless payment, engineering work, fault reporting or tracking.
Wireless Logic provides M2M connectivity services. The company recently announced its expansion plans in U.K. and Europe.
“With market growth rates of 27 percent from 2012 -2016 [according to ABI Research (News - Alert)], we are committed to developing our presence across a number of key European countries,” said Philip Cole, Co-founder and Sales & Marketing Director, EMEA Wireless Logic. “We’ve brought in a team of sector professionals who can deliver the value-add that Wireless Logic offers.”
The company has made various senior appointments with growth across key European countries. The company has plans for a major strategic initiative for U.K.-based M2M Managed Services.
Focusing on rolling out Wireless Logic’s aggregated business model – multiple network M2M SIM connectivity backed by various award-winning managed services and platforms, country managers now head up new subsidiaries in France, Germany and Spain.
The company has also appointed Richard Miller as Chief Financial Officer and Matt Thomas as Chief Technology Officer, the company stated in a press release.
In 2010, TMC's (News - Alert) Brendan B. Read reported that Fireco came out with a Deaf Messaging Service (DMS). This is a new fire safety product that provides an alert, to those who are deaf or hard of hearing via their cell phones, of fire alarms in public places like supermarkets, hotels, shopping centers and libraries. Fireco has chosen M2M connectivity provider, Wireless Logic, to offer secure, fixed-IP connectivity for its service.
Edited by Braden Becker