Wipro and Stream Technologies in M2M/IoT partnership for global connectivity solutions

Stream Technologies has announced a partnership with Wipro Limited to jointly provide connectivity solutions around Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Wipro and Stream Technologies have formed a strategic partnership to provide network operators with M2M/IoT connectivity solutions that will help them reduce cost and open up new revenue streams. The agreement will enable network operators to manage all types of connectivity, cellular, satellite, and Low Power Radio, using one single carrier grade management platform. As part of the partnership, the companies will establish in country points of presence in order to offer low cost, IoT scale Platform as a Service (PaaS) to their customers.

Stephen Snyder, head of Business Innovation, Global Media & Telecom at Wipro Limited, stated, “Wipro’s partnership with Stream Technologies is driven by the growing demand and interest, across the globe, for M2M and IoT connectivity solutions, including LoRa. Our relationship with Stream Technologies will enable both companies to provide customers with a complete connectivity management solution with the best technology available at the lowest TCO.”Stream-logo

Nigel Chadwick, CEO of Stream Technologies, commented: “A partnership is the right way of going to market in the M2M/IoT world. At Stream Technologies, we are actively focusing on our partnership strategy and by partnering with Wipro, we can now jointly offer connectivity solutions that will help our customers realize business opportunities in a simple, flexible and secure way.”

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