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NETCOMM WIRELESS JOINS ERICSSON IN ‘MASSSIVE’ IOT PUSH

NetComm Wireless has teamed with Ericsson to facilitate the adoption of Massive IoT, with the Sydney firm joining the Ericsson IoT Accelerator platform.

NetComm Wireless said its industrial grade 4G LTE machine-to-machine devices now interoperate with the Ericsson IoT platform to streamline device onboarding worldwide.

“The new collaboration will help to address the fragmentation challenges that the IoT ecosystem has faced from the outset and we’re pleased to join Ericsson in enabling the uptake of IoT by operators and enterprises more seamlessly,” said NetComm Wireless chief operating officer Timo Brouwer.

“Operators and other ecosystem players now have global access to tools that eliminate the high development costs and proprietary restrictions that stand in the way of large-scale IoT deployments,” he said.

Operators and other ecosystem players now have global access to tools that eliminate the high development costs and proprietary restrictions that stand in the way of large-scale IoT deployments,” said Brouwer.

LwM2M is an open device management protocol that enables the transfer of small amounts of data between devices and their management platforms. “Introduced to simplify remote management, NetComm Wireless’ LwM2M devices make it commercially viable to connect and manage remote sensors, pumps and other assets that need to run at a low cost,” said the Sydney company, noting that its LwM2M devices are certified for deployment in Europe, the USA, Canada, the UAE, South East Asia, Japan and Australia.

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