Data2Go Wireless to use Stream’s IoT-X platform for billing and connectivity

US-based Data2Go Wireless has agreed with Stream Technologies UK to leverage the capability of the IoT-X connectivity enablement & billing platform, in a move to strengthen Data2Go’s cellular connectivity capability in the fast expanding IoT/M2M sector.

Data2Go Wireless will integrate the Stream IoT-X Platform with their Apogee Management Platform to simplify the managing, monitoring and monetising of IoT connectivity to enterprise clients. Rob Senatore, president and COO of Data2GoWireless — a Zirrus Group company — said, “We are pleased to announce this collaboration with Stream. We believe their IoT-X PaaS will bring tremendous value and capability to our already strong Apogee Management Platform. By combining the capabilities of IoT-X with our ZirrusWare Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and our unique US Carrier Agnostic Wireless Network, we will enable our business to rapidly scale with the demands of the M2M and IoT space.”

Nigel Chadwick, CEO, Stream
Nigel Chadwick, CEO, Stream

Nigel Chadwick, Stream’s CEO commented, “the experience and expertise vested in the respective teams of Data2Go and Stream is quite special. Resilience of network services, superlative customer support, great pricing and best of breed management platform will combine to result in a unique cellular connectivity offering to enterprise clients”.

Andrew Silber, CEO at Data2Go Wireless said of the agreement, “leveraging Stream’s technology and their deep operational and technical expertise in the IoT sector truly allows us to further enhance our product portfolio of industry leading LTE and M2M services and solutions. Streams strong European positioning will also enable Data2Go to focus on expanding its network services outside of the United States thereby further enhancing our carrier agnostic network approach.”

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