Wireless provider to spark productivity discussion at MWC

23rd February 2015
Posted By : Barney Scott

Telit Wireless Solutions is to leverage this year’s Mobile World Congress presence to engage the discussion of productivity improvement at the Enterprise. As companies adopt methods to enhance business and decision making processes, their information systems increasingly rely on remote/outside data from the edge of enterprise operations.

The IoT promises to connect every information asset directly to enterprise systems, no matter how remote its location or how small the size of its relative informational contribution. As the IoT engine, Telit will to ship hundreds of millions of cloud-ready communication devices for the IoT over the next 15 years. This could very well represent the tipping point in simplification of the process for connecting remote assets, finally resulting in the fall of remaining barriers to mass adoption and standardisation, both of which will help the enterprise make a quantum-leap in productivity, efficiency and value creation.

Adoption is simple and can be prescribed down the supply chain to integrators and other providers, so that the end solution delivers the benefits of risk mitigation, cost and performance optimisation, irrespective of the number and hierarchy of partners and vendors supplying to the enterprise. Telit will be demonstrating several product and service features, including connectivity modules covering short-range such as ZigBee and Wireless M-Bus, as well as license-free technologies such as LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) and cellular technologies from 2G to LTE.

The company's latest positioning modules on display will include both GPS-only and multi-constellation, Galileo-ready devices in a variety of form factors. Telit will demonstrate a variety of enhancements to its m2mAIR Mobile suite of value added services. These services provide billing, deployment and data usage analysis, carrier integration, alert automation, enhanced reporting, extended API integration and network-based location services.

“Plug and play simplicity is a crucial part of this next wave of transformative technology. Without it, the full potential and benefits of IoT cannot be realised,” said Oozi Cats, CEO, Telit. “We believe better, more intelligent connections come from simpler processes. In fact, we’ve dedicated the past few years building our business to make it possible.”

The IoT engine and all its component parts will be on display in booth 5E61 at Mobile World Congress 2015, 2nd to 5th March in Barcelona, Spain.


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