The Swedish M2M Service Enabler alliance welcomes CSL Connect and goes Germany

The Swedish M2M Service Enabler alliance welcomes CSL Connect and goes Germany

With CSL Connect joining the Swedish M2M Service Enabler alliance (SMSE) it now counts 14 members and 5 sponsors.

Swedish M2M Service Enablers was founded in March 2012 to educate the market of the importance of M2M Service Enablement, to promote Sweden as the place to look for M2M Service Enablement solutions and to promote the members of the alliance.

Magnus Melander, CEO at B3 Connect Compute and founder of SMSE says:

“Our alliance continues growing stronger as clients increasingly turn ideas into action. And with CSL Connect joining we add substantial international experience in managed security services to the alliance.”

The message promoted by SMSE is that M2M Service Enablement is the key to a prospering M2M industry and that Service Enablers need to be specialized in the increasingly competitive market.

SMSE has together with Business Sweden entered into a bilateral partnership with M2M Alliance in Germany. Info24, Possio, Maingate, Springworks, Infracontrol, Fridat, Vinnter, WSI and B3 Connect Compute will participate in a joint Swedish pavilion at M2M Summit in Düsseldorf September 10 and several of the members have speaker and panel opportunities at the event.

“Collaborating with the biggest M2M Industry organization in the most significant M2M market and at the most important M2M event in Europe is a fantastic opportunity for our alliance members”, says Magnus Melander. “We are determined to make Sweden the obvious place to go to for specialized M2M Service Enablement solutions”, concludes Melander.

After the most recent expansion the alliance has fourteen members :
Info24, Kombridge, Possio, Maingate, Crossbreed, Springworks, Episcope, Tritech, Infracontrol, Fridat, Vinnter, WSI, CSL Connect, B3 Connect Compute

And five sponsors:
Net1, Tele2, Telenor Connexion, TeliaSonera, Swedish Mobile Association (SMA)

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