The Swedish M2M Service Enablers alliance welcomes Yanzi Networks as new member. Yanzi was founded 2008 and their key market applications include remote site management, smart lighting, smart & secure home and smart cities.
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 solutions and to promote the members of the alliance in Sweden and abroad. With today’s expansion the SMSE alliance has 25 members.
Sponsors to SMSE play an important role adding weight and pondus to the efforts. “It is with great pleasure we announce that Ericsson becomes a sponsor to SMSE”, says Mr Magnus Melander, Founder of SMSE.
“Companies involved in building the Internet of Everything can’t work alone and the need for these partnerships is communicated loud and clear by Ericsson’s support to our alliance.”
The message promoted by SMSE is that M2M Service Enablement is the key to a prospering M2M or IoT industry and that Service Enablers need to be specialized in the increasingly competitive and international market.
Sweden’s strong position in developing and using the Internet of Things is well known and continuously underlined. A recent good example is the Internet of Things part of the EIT ICT Idea Challenge within EU which is hosted in Sweden.
After the most recent expansion the alliance has 25 members and seven sponsors.
Members: Kombridge, Info24, Possio, Maingate, Crossbreed, Springworks, Episcope, Tritech, Infracontrol, Fridat, Vinnter, WSI, CSL Connect, Connode, Evothings, CNet, B3IT, FYM, Imagimob, Expektra, H&D Wireless, Combain, Shortcut Labs, Yanzi Networks, Wbird
Sponsors of Swedish M2M Service Enablers: Net1, Tele2, Telenor Connexion, TeliaSonera, Business Sweden, Ericsson, Swedish Mobile Association (SMA)
For more information visit www.swedishm2m.se