US Internet of Things provider expands Danish presence

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To meet high growth expectations for the Internet of Things (IoT) segment in Europe, the US-Danish ICT company Greenwave Systems is expanding its Danish presence with a European customer support centre and additional R&D facilities.

The Danish talent pool and central location were decisive in the choice of expanding the Danish location to be the centre for accelerating European market expansion:

“Denmark is a world leader within ICT with an amazing talent pool and a favourable business climate,” says Peter Wilmar Christensen, co-founder of Greenwave Systems.

“To expand our international presence, it was important for us to find a location that would do the best job of serving our clients expediently. Denmark has delivered on all counts, and Invest in Denmark and Copenhagen Capacity have been excellent resources for helping us connect with local talent and benchmarking business framework conditions.”

Smart solutions for smart cities

Greenwave Systems is a software and services company with a product that allows its partners to leverage the broad IoT capabilities and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications which are gaining increased impact in all parts of society.

Greenwave Systems is focussed on driving mass adoption of the IoT by making it intuitive and user-friendly to manage and control services and functions of the smart home, and more.

Denmark currently holds a strong position in the smart grid and smart city deployments arena, which makes the market perfect for Greenwave Systems both in terms of R&D, testing and sales.

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