Mobile Service Enabler Teleena joins the M2M Alliance

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Mobile Service Enabler (MVNE) has joined the M2M Alliance, the largest association for the machine-to-machine sector. Timo Smit, Executive Director and Founder says “Mobile services continue to grow and are transforming how people behave and how businesses engage with them. Mobile connectivity is now an integral part of our everyday lives with clear focus on immediacy and convenience, and providing and easy way to connect such devices is a strong opportunity for (virtual) mobile network operators and device manufacturers. Joining the M2M Alliance fits our go-to-market strategy and is an important step forward in developing new exciting opportunities with global brands.

”Eric Schneider, first chairman of the M2M Alliance, says, “We are very pleased to welcome Teleena to the M2M Alliance as one of the first Mobile Service Enablers (MVNE) and a leader hosting managed mobile services from their own platform since 2008. The company’s comprehensive rich mobile service stack, expertise and agile mind-set to develop tailor-made solutions make it an asset to the entire M2M industry.”

M2M players are looking for solutions that drive down operating costs by improving business process efficiency and SLAs guaranteeing performance levels around the globe. With the continuing growth in machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT), Teleena expects demand for mobile connectivity services to accelerate rapidly.

Timo Smit continues, “Our M2M/IoT solution is powered by our SMART SIM technology, a unique network-agnostic subscriber identity module (SIM) platform that enables card-based, embedded and software-based SIMs to connect any device or “thing” to be instantly programmed to register onto any wireless network. Our M2M/IoT solution is available to support a wide range of potential global brands looking for an outsourced managed solution with low CAPEX and OPEX financials. Our platform saves organisations from having to build a complex expensive infrastructure and therefore they benefit by being able to launch new services in a few weeks.”


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