NetComm Wireless, Deutsche Telekom And Cumulocity Collaborate On Industrial M2M

SYDNEY -- NetComm Wireless Limited will showcase wireless Machine-to-Machine (M2M) devices designed to manage connected industry applications including Deutsche Telekom's Industry 4.0 offering, which comprises the recently launched "Cloud der Dinge" platform based on Cumulocity's IoT software. NetComm Wireless will demonstrate how the 3G M2M Router Plus (NTC-6200) is used to provide the connection and communication component of Deutsche Telekom's end-to-end digitalization of the industrial value chain.

Attendees of Hannover Messe 2015 will have the opportunity to observe how the NTC-6200 is integrated to increase business efficiencies and reduce maintenance costs through the monitoring and management of remote assets, such as sewing machines that are remotely monitored and programmable from company headquarters in Germany.

"Value chains are undergoing a significant digital transformation in Germany and globally, and we are pleased to demonstrate the critical role that our wireless M2M devices play in what has been named the fourth industrial revolution. Our Industrial M2M devices support a scalable transition towards a digitalized future and we are pleased to work with Deutsche Telekom and Cumulocity on the delivery of a solution that brings the benefits of product, project and process digitalization to businesses of all sizes," said David Stewart, CEO and Managing Director, NetComm Wireless.

NetComm Wireless' 3G M2M devices were integrated to enable the remote management of industrial machines and other Industrial M2M applications that were successfully showcased at CeBIT 2015 through Cumulocity and Deutsche Telekom AG. Deutsche Telekom maintains its top three ranking on Machina Research's M2M Leaderboard, 2014, with an 8.6% share of global M2M Mobile Network Operator expected revenue 2022.

For more information, visit http://www.netcommwireless.com
 

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