CINTERION and Numerex Team Up to Expand the M2M Market in North America

CINTERION, the global leader in cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) communication modules and a Gemalto company, along with Numerex Corp, a leading provider of M2M solutions, today announced their partnership to distribute and integrate award-winning CINTERION modules across all M2M markets, enabling customers to securely and rapidly implement M2M applications.

CINTERION offers a full range of M2M security products covering wireless communication modules, Machine Identification Modules (MIM), advanced value-added software applications and remote management services. The agreement combines CINTERION’s broad portfolio of award-winning wireless communication modules with Numerex’s unique DNA® service model (Device, Network, and Application) for its range of integrated services.

Numerex is the first M2M service provider in North America to be ISO 27001 certified for information security, protecting data confidentiality and integrity and safeguarding against security threats. Both companies are market leaders in their respective fields and share a commitment to providing reliable and secure data communications.

“CINTERION and Gemalto are well known for high quality offers and outstanding customer support, and for their superior security value proposition which is paramount to our customers,” said Michael Marett, Chief Operating Officer of Numerex. “Our collaboration enables our customers to streamline integration for a swift time-to-market of M2M solutions, optimizing enterprise operations and ultimately, improving the bottom line.”

“Numerex now has the unique ability to bundle market-leading CINTERION modules with its own expert service and support,” confirmed Peter Fowler, CINTERION Regional President of the Americas at Gemalto. “We are eager to support Numerex by bringing CINTERION wireless M2M communications to the entire M2M vertical markets spectrum – from security systems, to automotive and fleet applications to medical devices and beyond.”

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