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Telit Wireless Solutions Unveils New Cloud Service

By Jody Ray Bennett February 25, 2013

Telit Wireless Solutions, known for being a global provider of high-quality machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, services and products, announced Thursday February 21st the release of the Remote Module Management (RMM) cloud service, which is a global Mobile Device Management (MDM) service to assist in the management and support of M2M devices, according to a report on eejournal. Telit has plans to continue growing the value and functionality of m2mAIR in many different value-added services in the M2M communication space and the Internet of Things (IoT).

RMM is the M2M industry’s novel industrial scale MDM service, which is based on the communication module, Telefónica’s M2M services. It is available to customers via m2mAIR’s Internet-based service delivery platform. Using the service does not require integration or development effort of the customer. It enables speedy reconciliations to many common M2M deployment challenges and RMM embedded technology allows support representatives to remotely and seamlessly gather network measurements as well as location information. Following collection of measurement data, the use user may make decisions such as where roaming devices are located, the coverage quality, and which operators are visible to the device, as a few examples.

Using m2mAIR’s RMM allows users real time insight into the cellular service condition troubled devices have accumulated, a service not available to nearly all M2M adopters, and ultimately helps the user find the root problem and find units.

Visitors to the 2013 Mobile World Congress may get a firsthand look at this new technology by visiting the Telit booth in Hall 5, G70.

Telit Wireless Solutions is a global enabler of M2M communications and provides cellular and positioning module products. Telit is M2M’s “everything shop” and sells synergistic hardware and service bundles. Telit has spent more than 12 years exclusively in M2M and sells its products and services in over 80 countries.




Edited by Rich Steeves

IoTevolutionworld Contributing Writer

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