Sensorlogic and Queclink join forces for M2M projects
Sensorlogic and Queclink Wireless have formed a business relationship to help their customers fast track M2M application projects with out-of-the-box support for Queclink devices in the Sensorlogic service delivery platform.
Under the agreement, the companies have made Queclink’s line of M2M devices Sensorlogic ready, ensuring that users can quickly incorporate them in their connected application projects with little development work. Users have already built and deployed applications using the Sensorlogic platform in combination with Queclink devices.
“With device selection, having a world of possibilities is often less important to customers than having a short list of quality units that they know will work well, and that are easy to work with and integrate,” said Paul Henderson, vice president of marketing and product management for Sensorlogic. “That’s what we’ve delivered in our partnership with Queclink.
“While our platform can connect to any device over any network, we’re providing customers a plug-and-play option with Queclink devices that can really save them time and money.”
The service delivery platform provides application enablement services – a more intelligent approach to M2M application development. It lets users accelerate their connected device initiatives by handling the complex underlying architecture required in virtually all enterprise-grade M2M applications.
“We are very pleased to be working with Sensorlogic to enhance their platform so it’s easy for customers to develop applications that use our wireless M2M devices,” said Adam Liao, CEO of Queclink.
“We expect that our relationship will result in expanded customer adoption of our combined solutions across the markets we serve, including security, automotive telematics, fleet management, energy, mobile healthcare and asset monitoring.”
Potential customers include network operators, hardware OEMs, software vendors, system integrators and enterprise IT departments. These types of organisation are claimed to use the Sensorlogic platform already to build and deploy scalable and reliable M2M applications and managed services faster, more predictably and with lower development costs.