Oberthur Technologies and TELIT demonstrate DIM® lifecycle management to improve Machine-to-Machine connectivity

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Oberthur Technologies and TELIT demonstrate DIM® lifecycle management to improve Machine-to-Machine connectivity

Oberthur Technologies, one of the world’s largest providers of security and identification solutions and services based on smart card technologies, today announces the availability of its Device Identity Module®¹ diagnostic and monitoring services within TELIT m2mAir platform during the European Utility Week 2013 at Amsterdam, Netherlands from October 15th to 17th , 2013.

The European Utility Week is a leading alternative, smart energy and utilities management conference that covers all major smart power and energy value streams. Oberthur Technologies will attend this major European event and showcase its comprehensive Machine-To-Machine (M2M) products and solutions on its booth 4.H14.

Oberthur Technologies and TELIT have joined forces to bring their complementary DIM® card management and wireless module expertise. On its booth, Oberthur Technologies will demonstrate with TELIT the interest of preventive maintenance service in order to improve M2M service quality and meet market needs. Oberthur Technologies will showcase its DIM® with Continuity of Service (CoS) tightly integrated into TELIT’s m2mAir Platform for device and connectivity management. This combination allows the diagnostic, monitoring and the management of the DIM® and thus provides M2M service providers with valuable information on the quality of the connection and on the wireless module status.

“Oberthur Technologies is delighted to take part in the European Utility Week, with a leading M2M player such as TELIT as partner. We will demonstrate the DIM® lifecycle management and our comprehensive M2M product and service offering. In order to answer Machine-To-Machine market’s needs, Oberthur Technologies and TELIT worked closely to offer an integrated solution to utilities, meter manufacturers, mobile operators and others services providers. We are proud to drive and create value in the field of connectivity for utility and smart metering in particular,” said Edward Simonet, Marketing Director M2M at Oberthur Technologies.

Dan Amir, Business Unit Manager – m2mAIR at TELIT, said:

“M2M services providers are keen on gaining remote access to SIM cards status and health analytics as these directly and fundamentally impact serviceability and operational costs of M2M deployments.”

“Oberthur Technologies is an ideal partner for such Value Added Service (VAS) and a natural fit for Telit’s m2mAIR analytics platform.”

¹ Device Identity Module® is a registered trademark by Oberthur Technologies. DIM® is a dedicated range of embedded and removable M2M SIM cards
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