Wavecom establishes Centers of Excellence Program

Issy-les-Moulineaux (France) -- Wavecom S.A. announced the formalization of its "Centers of Excellence" (CoE) program aimed at building a worldwide network of design partners to facilitate adoption of wireless machine-to-machine technologies.

The new partnership program emphasizes bridging the technology gaps that many new wireless machine-to-machine projects encounter. By working with qualified and competent Wavecom Centers of Excellence adopters of connected systems can remain focused on their core businesses and leave the wireless part of equation to experts. Wavecom and its network of partners offer a complete set of services from design to integration to manufacturing.

"New ideas frequently surface that require the use of connected machines to promote the real-time exchange of valuable information—but, oftentimes these opportunities are never seized because of the complex nature of the wireless piece. By seeding our technology throughout a worldwide ecosystem of experts, we complete the chain in turning ideas into reality," commented Olivier Beaujard, VP Business Development for Wavecom.

Wavecom certifies all Centers of Excellence based on a thorough evaluation of their technical expertise, business focus, financial stability and finally quality standards. These CoEs are regularly trained on Wavecom technology. As a Wavecom-certified CoE they will act as trusted advisors and prescribers of Wavecom solutions, serving as sub-contractors for design challenges and opportunities. This program gives them access to all new Wavecom solutions and latest innovations.

"We are pleased to welcome the Sony Alsace technology center as Wavecom's newest Center of Excellence, we plan to actively recruit new members in all regions during 2008." Beaujard concluded.

About Wavecom
Wavecom is a worldwide leader in embedded industrial wireless communication solutions for automotive, machine-to-machine and mobile professional applications. Wavecom's solutions include the Open AT software platform encompassing the Wavecom Open AT operating system, a wide range of plug-ins, the Open AT integrated development environment (IDE) along with a market-leading range of wireless CPUs (central processing units), and an expanding portfolio of services. These complete embedded solutions enable makers of all types of machines to develop a new breed of intelligent wireless applications, without the need of external processors and other ASICs and components.

Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Issy-les-Moulineaux (France) near Paris, Wavecom has subsidiaries in Hong Kong (PRC), Research Triangle Park, NC (USA), Farnborough (UK). Wavecom is publicly traded on Euronext Paris (Eurolist) in France and on the NASDAQ (WVCM) exchange in the U.S.

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