Robustel partners with KORE wireless

Robustel partners with KORE wireless

Launches M2M starter kit for APAC

Robustel has partnered with KORE Wireless to offer optional device connectivity for a range of its products.

Robustel is a provider of connectivity solutions for machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) markets.

KORE Wireless is the world's largest specialised provider of wireless services for the M2M marketplace.

The two companies will showcase an M2M starter kit at IoT Asia 2014 in Singapore from April 21-22.

KORE Wireless vice-president and general manager Asia-Pacific, Shane Murphy, hopes the kit will reduce the usual time to market associated with developing an M2M solution from the ground up.

“The Robustel starter kit is like a one stop shop for customers – it provides the ability to immediately develop, connect and deploy devices within Asia-Pacific.”

Robustel Technologies chief technology officer, Chen Xiaojun, said the products were designed to deliver robust, reliable and secure solutions for a range of target markets.

He said the starter kit incorporated Robustel’s mobile connectivity, cellular network support, dual SIM capacity and the ability to allow users to monitor, configure and manage large numbers of remote devices on private networks via the Web.

The kit is said to include a Robustel GoRugged R3000 industrial 3G cellular VPN router; a Web-based portal for monitoring, configuration and management; a KORE Wireless sim; and a M2M business management platform for remote provision, management and monitoring.

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