IoT Contract Hot List – February/March 2017

We take a look at who is winning what M2M and IoT business, with whom and where.

The Contract Hot List shows all the IoT related companies announcing recent contract wins, acquisitions or deployments.

If your company is not listed and should be, email the details to us now, marked “Hot List” at

Vendor/Partners Client, Country Product / Service (Duration & Value) Awarded
Abax China Mobile, China Norwegian telematics company agrees to five-year partnership with China Mobile to help develop China’s telematics market 12.16
Aeris In-car Cleverness, Europe Collaboration to enable more consistent IoT automotive cellular data and charge free roaming across Europe 1.17
AT&T VeriSolutions, USA  AT&T IoT technology selected to help automate and simplify compliance with food safety guidelines by VeriSolutions platform 12.16
Ayla Networks Max SmartHome, global Manufacturer of smart home and security products selects Ayla Networks to connect its safety products to IoT 12.16
Cisco Jasper Entel, Chile Cisco Jasper Control Centre IoT connectivity management platform selected to enable customers to transform businesses with IoT services 1.17
Cisco Jasper SmarTone, Hong Kong Partnership to enable businesses to use SmarTone network and Cisco Jasper’s Control Centre platform 1.17
Ericsson China Mobile, China Strategic agreement to co-operate on IoT signed as part of mobile operator’s Big Connectivity strategy 1.17
Ericsson & Orange PSA Group, France Partnership agreed to conduct a 5G connected car technology pilot with French car maker 1.17
Ford Toyota, Japan Ford Smart Device Link to be adopted by Toyota Motor Company 1.17
Gemalto AT&T, global Gemalto Linqus On-Demand Connectivity (ODC) subscription management system selected to help AT&T customers deploy highly secure IoT apps 1.17
Gemalto Banma Technologies, China Gemalto Machine Identification Module which secures cellular M2M services to be deployed in Roewe RX5 China connected car 1.17
Gooee Lumicenter Lighting Group, Brazil Partnership between Brazilian provider of lighting and Gooee’s platform that connects lighting Group, Brazil manufacturers to IoT 1.17
Nvidia Mercedes-Benz, Germany Partnership announced to bring an Nvidia artifical intelligence-powered car to market 1.17
PTC Nexgen Packaging, USA PTC ThingWorx IoT platform chosen for development of apps for the retail, apparel and footwear industry 1.17
Orange Business Services Hertz, Europe Deal for hire care firm to connect its hourly rental vehicles with Datavenue IoT solutions from Orange Services Business Services  1.17
Orange Business Services Viasat, global Orange Business Services selected to provide worldwide IoT connectivity to telematics products and Services services provider in three year deal 1.17
Senstech NetFeasa, Ireland Senstech LoRa geolocation used in Ireland’s second busiest port – Cork – to track shipping assets 12.16
Sequans Geotab, global Sequans LTE Cat1 chipsets selected by fleet management provider to deliver LTE connectivity for telematics devices 1.17
Sequans Fibocom Wireless, global Sequans Monarch LTE Cat M1/NB1 chip selected for Fibocom to design a new family of LTE-M modules 1.17
Sequans SIMCom Wireless, global Sequans suite of LTE for IoT modules chosen by global M2M wireless modules and solutions supplier 12.16
Telogis Apetito, UK Telogis platform selected by UK supplier of meals in health and social care sector 1.17
Vodafone Arrow Electronics, global Deal for Arrow to sell Vodafone’s global IoT SIM and offer Vodafone managed connectivity as part of its evolve initiative, which offers combined software and hardware capabilities 12.16


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