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ZOOStock Announces M2M Agreement with NetComm Wireless

By Ken Briodagh March 15, 2017

According to a recent announcement, Australian data communications company NetComm Wireless Limited has reached an agreement with Spanish distributor ZOOStock for the commercialization of its Machine-to-Machine (M2M) devices in EMEA. The agreement includes distribution to Grupo Telefónica, the release said.

The alliance involves both logistical and technical support to assure delivery and after-sales service. ZOOStock will also provide engineering services for software development kit (SDK) tools that permit the creation of applications.

ZOOStock was chosen by NetComm Wireless thanks to its knowledge of, and experience in, the European telecommunications market, the company said. The new collaboration is designed to strengthen NetComm Wireless’ position in the region and stimulate further M2M market growth through the delivery of innovative open source M2M devices designed to offer seamless connectivity and global interoperability.

“We look forward to working with ZOOStock to expand our reach in the European market, and build value for customers through the delivery of leading-edge M2M devices that offer universal connectivity and advanced remote management for diverse applications in areas such as industrial machines, security, retail and manufacturing,” said Timo Brouwer, COO, NetComm Wireless.

ZOOStock, which is specialized in the distribution of electronic components, because of this deal, has become the primary distributor of one of the leading manufacturers of M2M technologies in the world, according to the release.

NetComm Wireless Limited is a developer of Fixed Wireless broadband, wireless M2M/Industrial IoT and Fibre and Cable to the distribution point (FTTdp / CTTdp) technologies. For more than 35 years, NetComm Wireless has engineered new generations of world first data communication products and is now a globally recognized communications technology innovator. ZooStock was founded in 2006 specializing in reselling telecommunication products. As a leading supplier in network equipment ZooStock helps companies buy, maintain and upgrade IT equipment support through hardware procurement options and a third-party IT maintenance as an alternative.




Edited by Maurice Nagle

Editorial Director

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