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Jasper, Wavecom co-develop wireless M2M infrastructure

Posted: 22 Oct 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:M2M infrastructure? service platform? microprocessor?

Jasper Wireless and Wavecom have taken their initial step in building a global partnership for the first all-in-one wireless machine to machine (M2M) infrastructure.

The companies have combined the Wavecom StarService with Jasper's global service platform, to enable customers to connect and manage their machines wirelessly from day one. The connectivity service will be possible using the new Wavecom Wireless Microprocessor 50 with inSIM (embedded SIM), the secure Wavecom Intelligent Device Services, and immediate access to the Jasper Wireless service platform for connecting and managing machines around the world.

Jasper Wireless operates a service platform, previously unavailable in the M2M market, to connect and manage machines around the world. The service includes three key componentsJasper M2M Global SIM provides local service in over 35 countries and growing every month; Web-based Jasper Control Center, offers one dashboard for all machines, with complete visibility and control of communications; group of vertical application solutions meets the needs of specific industries including fleet and asset management, vehicle telematics, security and remote product service.

Wavecom StarService includes the new Wavecom Wireless Microprocessor 50 with inSIM (embedded SIM) free of charge with a subscription to the secure Wavecom Intelligent Device Services web portal. Wavecom inSIM is an industrial-grade implementation of traditional SIM cards, built to endure the harsh environments common to M2M applications.

"As machine makers scale their businesses using wireless technologies, having their equipment connected out-of-the-box from day one is critical," said Jahangir Mohammed, CEO, Jasper. "Jasper Wireless is delighted to work with Wavecom to be the first M2M mobile operator to enable inSIM. Together we will lead the industry in changing the economics of M2M services."

"Wavecom and Jasper Wireless are changing the business model for enterprise by removing the upfront investment that has been a key barrier to mass adoption of wireless M2M," said Ron Black, CEO, Wavecom.

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