CNH Industrial selects Quake Global’s QPRO modem for its SiteWatch™ telematics solution

Quake Global, Inc. provider of Internet of Things (IoT ) and M2M (machine-to-machine) solutions to global markets, has announced a partnership with CNH Industrial that expands and strengthens QUAKE’s leadership in the M2M communications market. CNH Industrial has integrated QUAKE’s state-of-the-art QPRO product to enhance its CASE® SiteWatch and New Holland Construction Fleet Force telematics platforms. QPRO is a flexible product platform utilized today by many OEMs.

CNH Industrial is a leading manufacturer of agricultural machinery, construction equipment, commercial vehicles and powertrains. Its brand, CASE SiteWatch and New Holland Construction Fleet Force, is a telematics solution designed to gather critical information about a machine’s performance and location and make that data quickly available.

Quake Global’s products such as the QPRO are designed to simplify communication of M2M data anywhere around the world. This enables our customers, like CNH Industrial, to concentrate on what they do best,” stated Polina Braunstein, president and CEO of Quake Global.

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