Hitachi selects Quake Global as a partner for M2M telecommunications products

Quake Global, Inc. (QUAKE), a provider of mobile communication devices for M2M (machine-to-machine) markets,  has announced an agreement with Hitachi to supply a variety of telecommunications solutions for Hitachi’s Construction Machinery deployed worldwide.

Quake Global’s product family for Hitachi establishes a new era in the ability to both monitor and control Hitachi’s assets as well as other heavy and light equipment assets. The Hitachi product family showcases the uniqueness of the Hitachi solution by incorporating proprietary Hitachi technology with proprietary QUAKE technology and combining multiple communication network capability with large data processing capacity to create a state of the art solution in a single package.

Hitachi Construction Machinery is a manufacturer of construction machinery that meet global requirements. Hitachi’s corporate philosophy is to be active in the evolution of “machinery” and the synergy between “human” and “business” that combines to create rich living spaces, making them more comfortable, highly developed and efficient.

“The variety of products that QUAKE is delivering to Hitachi is the next step in the evolution of communication devices that combine multiple network architectures into a single device that can communicate from virtually anywhere around the world. With the ability to locate, monitor, and control equipment, combined with the ability to process large data, the Hitachi product family enables Hitachi to continue to innovate in the creation of intelligent machinery,” stated Polina Braunstein, president and CEO of Quake Global.

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