Offerings include comprehensive management, updates of module firmware and applications, as well as external applications.
Telit Wireless Solutions, a global enabler of the Internet of the Things (IoT), value-added services and solutions today announced that it is partnering with Redbendto deliver end-to-end software management for Telit module and service customers.
By leveraging market-leading, standards-based Mobile Software Management tools from Redbend, Telit Software Management Services allow businesses to easily deploy and manage the M2M devices which make up the burgeoning Internet of Things. A hosted service, there’s no need for IT integration on the part of the customer. The service will support both new and legacy module deployments.
In combination with the comprehensive suite of products and services that make up the Telit One Stop. One Shop. offering, Telit Software Management Services empower device manufacturers to differentiate their own offerings; capitalize on new revenue opportunities, and fundamentally change the way they troubleshoot, control, monitor and manage connected assets within the mobile network domain.
Omer Pesach, Chief Technology Officer of m2mAIR, the Telit services business unit, said:
“With more than 75 million of modules already deployed across the globe, we have learned that every M2M and IoT application requires management as it evolves.”
“Our partnership with Redbend allows us to offer the most reliable and scalable service on the market, furthering our strategy to create a one stop shop for essential products and services that enable the Internet of Things and simplify the process of developing, deploying and managing M2M applications.”
“The IoT and M2M markets are growing exponentially, and expanding into in all kinds of industries, including wearables, healthcare, consumer devices and automotive,” said Oren Betzaleli, EVP, Product, Strategy and Marketing at Redbend. “Our continued partnership with Telit highlights the need to manage the growing amount of software and the opportunities manufacturers have to leverage devices as a platform for recurring revenue.”