Telit Special Report: Enabling more future-proof M2M solutions…

Telit’s portfolio of cellular and short-range RF* M2M modules was recently enhanced by the acquisition of Navman Wireless OEM, a leader in GPS technology. The combined product total now numbers more than 60 modules, making it the most comprehensive range on the market. The company is therefore able to help create even more future-proof solutions for today’s global market.

This report includes interviews with Dan Amir, who heads up Telit’s connectivity services, and George Arnott, who is Senior Vice President, Telit Location Solutions. They discuss the rationale behind these acquisitions and outline their synergistic impact.

Building a brand identity in a fragmented marketplace. Unlike most other high-tech industries M2M isn’t dominated by any 800-lb gorillas: there’s no Microsoft or Cisco. That’s healthy, but it can cause confusion for companies who are shopping around for a solution. The baseline functionality is deceptively simple. Monitor and measure a physical parameter, transmit the data to a central facility, and turn it into real-time, actionable information.

A recent acquisition positions the company as the only module provider to offer a value added services (VAS) bundle. It includes connectivity dedicated to simplifying the deployment of M2M applications and enhancing their performance.

To contact Telit please use this link: wireless.solutions@telit.com

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