Telit Wireless Solutions has announced that long-time, exclusive client GateTel has added m2mAIR Mobile connectivity and value-added services to its offering of xE910 module-based terminals and gateways.
m2mAIR Mobile is the Telit service group dedicated to mobile network connectivity. It includes resources for business and operations in support of m2m application deployment in the mobile network environment. This all-inclusive service suite includes a broad products and services matrix to suit every customer need with: pure connectivity (SIM-only), bundled connectivity (SIM + module), and module-only services (Just the Value Added Services component). Beyond standard services m2mAIR further empowers m2m deployments with innovative cloud-based Value Added Services (VAS) including competitiveness-boosting offerings developed in full integration with the Telit module which are network agnostic. These services deliver value given their in-depth reach into the module, providing you benefits to differentiate your offerings, capitalize on new revenue opportunities and fundamentally change the way you troubleshoot, control, monitor and manage connected m2m assets within the mobile network domain.
All GateTel products depend on connectivity provided by the xE910 module family, a suite of pin-to-pin compatible modules that can be easily interchanged to address different cellular technologies and geographies.
“By integrating the xE910 modules into an off-the-shelf device, adding connectivity and value added services, and providing repeatable, application-specific Python scripts, we are now able to get our customers 95% there,” said Jacob Nelik, President of GateTel. “We are an exclusively Telit-based shop and have been from very early on. The addition of the m2mAIR services portfolio really completes the picture. Now we’re not just offering hardware. We’re really a one stop shop.”
“We’re really pleased to see a loyal customer like GateTel embrace the Telit strategy of making the Internet of Things plug and play,” said Yossi Moscovitz, President Connectivity & Services, Telit Wireless Solutions. “By simplifying the value chain, we can together reduce time to market, improve reliability and deliver the affordable, easy-to-use solutions that take IoT from dream to reality.”
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