KORE Systems Group Tasked with Operating Belgacom's M2M Services

By Brian Anderson February 28, 2013

KORE Systems Group, a company specializing in M2M-optimized OSS/BSS application software, today announced that its M2M Service Delivery Platform (M2M SDP) has been chosen by Belgacom, a Belgian telecom operator, to be a part of the company’s M2M deployment strategy.

“We required an M2M delivery platform that matched our current business needs, complemented our M2M strategy and meshed with our network and business infrastructure to enable us to leverage our existing investments in our network, business systems and processes,” said a Belgacom spokesperson in a statement as seen on Yahoo.

“KORE Systems has provided us with a powerful platform for controlling all aspects of a connected device’s lifecycle and represents a significant step in our strategy to become the primary M2M operator in our market. The ability to customize our M2M connectivity solution to meet our needs, as well as the needs of our customers, provides us with a robust platform for delivering and differentiating our M2M offerings.”

Belgacom will use KORE Systems M2M SDP to power its M2M connectivity solutions, along with providing the operator’s M2M customers with complete control over their M2M device provisioning, lifecycle management, reporting and fault analytics via its Belgacom-branded Web portal and API.

“The KORE Systems M2M Delivery Platform provides operators with unprecedented flexibility and control over their M2M connectivity solutions, ensuring alignment with business strategies, branding practices and operational processes,” said Pat Verrington, vice president of Carrier Services Development at KORE Systems Group. “KORE Systems enables our operator partners to provide ‘M2M their own way’ by helping accelerate time-to-market for M2M services with a fully customizable platform that puts control right in the hands of the operator.”

The use of KORE Systems M2M SDP will gradually reduce the overall cost of supporting M2M services, along with offering customers full control of their network usage, billing, troubleshooting and reporting for all of their connected devices.

Edited by Brooke Neuman

IoTevolutionworld Contributing Writer

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