NetComm Wireless signs M2M distribution agreement with Wyless

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NetComm Wireless Limited and Wyless, provider of global Machine-to-Machine (M2M) wireless connectivity solutions and managed services, has announced a strategic distribution agreement that will expand NetComm Wireless’ footprint in the Americas and Europe through the delivery of cellular M2M devices to Wyless’ enterprise, mobile network operator and channel customers.

The new partnership introduces NetComm Wireless’ open platform M2M devices to the global M2M market as part of Wyless’ unique end-to-end-service offering. Developed to overcome global deployment challenges by enabling specialised M2M applications across diverse markets, NetComm Wireless’ M2M products complement the interoperable, multi-layer business model adopted by Wyless.

“Wyless offers complete solutions that encompass the capabilities of leading partners across the M2M value chain and we are pleased to collaborate with NetComm Wireless to provide customers with scalable custom solutions that simplify M2M and Internet of Things (IoT) deployments in line with our company vision which is to offer a smarter approach to the challenges of M2M and IoT,” said Shelby Noakes, VP of product marketing, Wyless.

“This partnership strengthens our global position as Wyless continues to gain a significant share of the M2M market. We look forward to working with Wyless to build value for customers through the delivery of highly adaptable M2M devices that offer universal connectivity to enterprise applications, remote healthcare, smart meters, ATMs and other remote management applications,” said David Stewart, CEO and managing director, NetComm Wireless.

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